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Old 02-07-2018, 08:27 PM   #9281
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These are the hangers I may use. I can't stand stringer hangers that attach behind the stringer.


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Old 02-07-2018, 09:46 PM   #9282
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Seems like with 16" you are only fastening into OSB unless the gable ends studding is done 16" , but it seems most are 24".
I don’t like the look of b&b on gables, my walls are all 16” OC.

If you’re doing gables framed at 24” I guess you’d space battens 24” OC or add blocking.

Not that it really matters but I’m Pretty sure there’s something else there on top of the osb sheeting though. Smart Board???

Most builders here do B&B on the walls with shakes on the gables.
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Old 02-07-2018, 10:41 PM   #9283
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I don’t like the look of b&b on gables, my walls are all 16” OC.

If you’re doing gables framed at 24” I guess you’d space battens 24” OC or add blocking.

Not that it really matters but I’m Pretty sure there’s something else there on top of the osb sheeting though. Smart Board???

Most builders here do B&B on the walls with shakes on the gables.
See guys here do 16 b&b on 24 in gable end with a finish nailer, crazy. Truss companies here do 24 in ends unless you order 16 in.

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See guys here do 16 b&b on 24 in gable end with a finish nailer, crazy. Truss companies here do 24 in ends unless you order 16 in.

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I'm looking forward to whatever they pick... Just sucks that we have to paint it... Again.

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Old 02-07-2018, 11:20 PM   #9286
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True... But it's alot easier to prefinish it, than to do it off of ladders.
Apparently, we've had at least 4 of the neighbors come over and ask about it already.

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I don’t like the look of b&b on gables, my walls are all 16” OC.

If you’re doing gables framed at 24” I guess you’d space battens 24” OC or add blocking.

Not that it really matters but I’m Pretty sure there’s something else there on top of the osb sheeting though. Smart Board???

Most builders here do B&B on the walls with shakes on the gables.
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I have cross pinned on the batons many times to the siding. They won't fall off.
It’s probably ok with your stable climate but when you get lows below zero and highs above 100°, we have to be more cautious.
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Thank gawd you finally covered that up. After all the neighbors and in-laws got to see it.
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It’s probably ok with your stable climate but when you get lows below zero and highs above 100°, we have to be more cautious.
Oh ok good call. I was cross pinning today lol...
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Just finished this bridge last week. What do you guys think of the attention to detail?


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Thank gawd you finally covered that up. After all the neighbors and in-laws got to see it.


Got the landing covered as well.


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