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Old 06-09-2012, 12:58 PM   #61
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Replace 2x4 with 2x6 walls

New photo update to project. It is coming along nicely, still a lot of work to do though. Redwood siding is a pleasure to work with.

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Replace 2x4 with 2x6 walls

i was thinkin i could just sister them to existing studs for stengh and more Insulation. cuase my house was built in the mid30s. what yall think?

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