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Old 07-03-2013, 09:22 PM   #1
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When sheathing walls is it necessary to sheathe the corners as you tie the walls in?

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When sheathing walls is it necessary to sheathe the corners as you tie the walls in?
usually corners are lateral supportive so need sheathing at least 4' out from corner. the corners can be sheathed afterward up in the air if pre building walls on the flat and if the sheathing interferes with standing the wall...

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