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  1. Carpentry
    Hi guys. I've always been curious as to how pieces of lumber have been connected from floor to ceiling to form slatted wood partitions such as in the attached images. If you guys notice, the termination of the pieces of lumber seem to rest directly on the floor and on the ceiling. There are no...
  2. HVAC
    I am designing a new home and would like to install the A/C handler vertically on the garage floor. I am being told that installing it vertically will not save any space over installing it horizontally. I find that hard to believe. How much space should I allocate on the house plans in the...
  3. Carpentry
    I am working in a furniture store where two french doors (9'high by 4' wide) have been installed for a display on a very uneven and sloping floor (from east to west the floor loses 3.5" over 12.5' and dips 3/4" in the middle). One of the frames is approx 1/2" from vertical and the other is about...
  4. Plumbing
    The attached picture shows the plumbing/water pit in my basement. The red arrow points to the front of the house, and where the plumbing line runs out to. The vertical pipe (#3) comes up about four feet, then makes a right angle term to the front of the house, go through a concrete block...
  5. Drywall & Plaster
    I'm drywalling my garage walls and wanted to know what is the best method to hang it, vertical or horizontal.. One wall has 2 windows. the height of the walls is under 8 foot.. Thanks in advance.. Tom
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