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Salina Phengpacdy

on 9 December 2012

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Transcript of WALL SECTION

BY: SALINA PHENGPACDY WALL SECTION!!!!!!! :) In this presentation I am going to show you a wall section from the BOTTOM to the TOP! -runs from wall to wall, wall to beam, or beam to beam
-supports a ceiling, roof, or floor
-usually 16", 18", or 24" apart Joist AND THATS HOW A TYPICAL WALL SECTION
LOOKS LIKE :D Weeping tile - Gathers water away from the house
-Prevents the basement from flooding
-covered in gravel. Footing -prevents the house from sinking
-makes sure the house is evenly leveled
-Usually 4" x 24"
-rebar is also to be put into, for the concrete
wall Concrete wall Concrete wall -usually 12" thick and 8' x 8 1/2" tall
-placed on top of the footing, so the rebar
holds it in place
-at the top, there is an anchor bolt Studs -used for carrying vertical load such as
joist, headers, and sub-floor
-usually 2' x 4" or 2' x 6"
-there typically placed 16", sometimes placed
12" or 24" Slab
-usually build out of concrete
-it's 4" of concrete, and under the slab is
usually 4" of sand, gravel, or crush stone. To cover up the studs, dry wall is usually
used. Comes in 4' x 8' 1/2". 1/2" drywall is used to cover
the joist at the bottom 3/4" thick plywood is placed
on top 1/2" drywall usually
siding and
3/4" installation Eavesdrop tiling Joist There is usually installation inside the roof Holes are put in to provide air circulation
to the attic
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