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Old 03-07-2012, 10:10 PM   #16
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Framing blocking vents


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Can you explain what the above means in some more detail please.


I drove by today, seems to have added 2 additional vents on the south face of the highest part of the roof at somewhat staggered heights.

Yes, it might have been better to space out the vents over the roof more.

Thanks for the help,
Joe
He is referring the the base plate depth.

If they cut to deep, they would have cut into and weakened the structure.

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He is referring the the base plate depth.

If they cut to deep, they would have cut into and weakened the structure.
Got it, thanks. Will check next time.

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