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How to Cut a Door Jamb for New Flooring | April Colleen

The door frame, door jamb or door casing (all the same thing) is the decorative wood that surrounds the door. Its purpose is to cover the 2×4 construction and gaps in the drywall from the door installation and make it look finished.

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WOOD-FRAME HOUSE CONSTRUCTION - USDA

Wood-Strip Flooring 134 Wood and Particleboard Tile Flooring 138 Base for Resilient Floors 139 Types of Resilient Floors 141 Carpeting 141 Ceramic Tile 141 Chapter 21.—Interior Doors, Frames, and Trim» 142 Decorative Treatment 143 Trim Parts for Doors and Frames 143 Installation of Door Hardware 146 Wood-trim Installation 149

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How to Install Wall Tile Around a Door Frame

Install flooring before everything else: Install all of the ceramic tiles in the room first. Then, install the door casing, leaving a small space between the top of the tile and the bottom of the casing. Ceramic tile is difficult to cut at odd angles, while wood is much easier to cut. This allows you to butt the tile right up to the door frame.

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Floor Framing & Structure | HomeTips

An illustrated look at how a typical wood-frame floor is built, including sublooring and more. Though some floors are built on a concrete slab flat on the ground, most floors are raised above the ground. Raised floors are more resilient under foot and provide access for heating equipment, insulation, plumbing, wiring, and other mechanical

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Wood Rot 101: How to Prevent and Repair Its Damage - Bob Vila

The rot is often found when homeowners decide to install a new door. Once the old door frame is removed, the rot is visible in the wood framing. the wood floor plates behind the wall are at

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Floor Framing & Structure | HomeTips

An illustrated look at how a typical wood-frame floor is built, including sublooring and more. Though some floors are built on a concrete slab flat on the ground, most floors are raised above the ground. Raised floors are more resilient under foot and provide access for heating equipment, insulation, plumbing, wiring, and other mechanical

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Floating Wood Floor: Install One in 8 Steps - This Old House

How to Install Floating Floor 1. Trim the door casings Photo by Kolin Smith. Use a flush-cut dovetail saw to trim the bottom of the casing at all doorways so that the flooring will slide underneath. Gauge the height of the cut by laying down a piece of foam underlayment and a piece of flooring (upside down so the saw won't scratch the finish).

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Wood Rot 101: How to Prevent and Repair Its Damage - Bob Vila

The rot is often found when homeowners decide to install a new door. Once the old door frame is removed, the rot is visible in the wood framing. the wood floor plates behind the wall are at

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Technical Note: Portal Frame Bracing Without Hold-Down Devices

BRACING METHOD OVER RAISED WOOD FLOOR OR SECOND FLOOR – WOOD STRUCTURAL PANEL OVERLAP OPTION(a) Outside Elevation Side Elevation 8d common nails (0.131" x 2-1/2") 3" o.c. top and bottom Min. Overlap 9-1/4" Not to scale Nail sole plate to joist per IRC Table R602.3(1) Nail sole plate to joist per IRC Table R602.3(1)

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Wood Rot 101: How to Prevent and Repair Its Damage - Bob Vila

The rot is often found when homeowners decide to install a new door. Once the old door frame is removed, the rot is visible in the wood framing. the wood floor plates behind the wall are at

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Floating Wood Floor: Install One in 8 Steps - This Old House

How to Install Floating Floor 1. Trim the door casings Photo by Kolin Smith. Use a flush-cut dovetail saw to trim the bottom of the casing at all doorways so that the flooring will slide underneath. Gauge the height of the cut by laying down a piece of foam underlayment and a piece of flooring (upside down so the saw won't scratch the finish).

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Frame a Door Rough Opening - Fine Homebuilding

Most new doors are 6 ft. 8 in. tall. Add 3/4 in. for the jamb, 3/4 in. for finish flooring, 3/8 in. for underlayment, and 3/4 in. for wiggle room at the top of the door, and the top of the trimmer (the bottom of the header) needs to be 82 5/8 in. above the subfloor.

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WCD5 - Heavy Timber Construction

AMERICAN WOOD COUNCIL. 2 HEAVY TIMBER CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. Roof Framing. 1. Wood-frame or glued laminated arches for roof con-struction which spring from the floor line or grade and do not support floor loads shall have members not less than 6 inches, nominal, in width and 8 inches, nominal, in depth for the lower half of the

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Floating Wood Floor: Install One in 8 Steps - This Old House

How to Install Floating Floor 1. Trim the door casings Photo by Kolin Smith. Use a flush-cut dovetail saw to trim the bottom of the casing at all doorways so that the flooring will slide underneath. Gauge the height of the cut by laying down a piece of foam underlayment and a piece of flooring (upside down so the saw won't scratch the finish).

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Frame a Door Rough Opening - Fine Homebuilding

Most new doors are 6 ft. 8 in. tall. Add 3/4 in. for the jamb, 3/4 in. for finish flooring, 3/8 in. for underlayment, and 3/4 in. for wiggle room at the top of the door, and the top of the trimmer (the bottom of the header) needs to be 82 5/8 in. above the subfloor.

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TIMBER FRAME STANDARD DETAILS SEPTEMBER 09

GU22 9LL TIMBER FRAME STANDARD DETAILS SEPTEMBER 09 Building 1 Grosvenor Court, Hipley Street OLD WOKING, SURREY Tel: +44 (0) 1483 769518 Fax: +44 (0) 1483 770863

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How to Size Rough Door Frame Openings | Home Guides | SF Gate

This gap accommodates a standard 3/4-inch jamb and a 1/2-inch gap for shims above the door and finish flooring below with a minimum 1/2-inch gap to ensure the door glides over any obstructions or

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