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Floor Framing Part 9: Blocking, Cripples, and Joist Hangers
Floor Framing Part 9 is packed full of special techniques to make your flooring system sturdy. We show you how to make cripples for your rough openings as well as the importance of using joist hangers in your project. We top it all off by demonstrating an easy way to install blocking to create a sturdy floor
Views: 77455 NSM Construction
Framing Basics: 3 Simple Tips for Framing a Wall
Learn a few quick tips to frame any wall perfectly and quickly. Watch the rest of the Building Skill series at http://www.finehomebuilding.com/blog/building-skills. Watch more how-to, tool-review, and design videos: http://www.finehomebuilding.com/videos/
Views: 1710699 finehomebuilding
How To Frame a Window and Door Opening
Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com shows you how to layout and construct a wood wall framing containing a window and door. This is part of our series on wood stud framing construction.
Views: 2539131 HouseImprovements
Wall Frame Components and Construction Sequence
This video shows the names of the members of a typical wall frame and my sequence of construction.
Views: 223672 Buildsum
Wall Framing Blocking - House Framing Tips
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html Click on this link to learn more about wall framing and home building. If you're interested in learning more about framing homes and home building, then you should do yourself a favor and watch this video. Wall blocking and wall framing is an important parts of the home construction process. Any tips and advice you can gather along the way, before you start the project, could make the difference between building something that will last for a long time or something that will need to be repaired in the near future. Don't forget to visit our websites to learn more about framing and building.
Views: 30225 gregvancom
Detail #B2 / CS - Trus Joist EWP Floor Installation Guide
How to install blocking in a floor if a load bearing wall is above an intermediate bearing wall. http://www.trusjoist.com/videos
Wood Blocking Installation - Special Wall Framing Situations
Visit Store: http://www.basementfinishingvideos.com In this video I will show you how to secure your new framed basement walls when there is nothing to nail the top of your wall into above! This technique is used when under pipes, wires, ductwork, etc. It's also used in areas where there is no floor joists overhead to nail the top of your wall into. The framing technique is call "Blocking", and it's used extensively when Framing Basement Walls.
Views: 57312 Basement Finishing Man
Wall framing layout
The basic concept of "Laying Out" a wall drawn on the Sole Plate and Bottom Plate. The symbols for King Studs, Trimmer studs, Cripple Studs and Filler Blocks are shown
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Cripple Wall
West cripple wall.
Views: 575 Stephen Kearney
How to Install Subfloor Pressure Blocking by CoKnowPro (YouTube)
In this video we go over how to cut and install subfloor pressure blocks using a skill saw and typical framing methods. This video is for more experienced builders or for those who want an inside look on subfloor framing. By CoKnowPro. BACKGROUND MUSIC "Cliff Side" by Silent Partner
Views: 4819 CoKnowPro
Seismic Retrofitting and Bolting of Homes with Cripple Walls is Simple and Affordable
Everything you ever wanted to know about retrofitting any type of home found in the Bay Area can be found at https://www.bayarearetrofit.com/ How do I retrofit my house? How do I find a seismic retrofit contractor? What exactly does a seismic retrofit contractor do? Who should inspect the work to make sure it was done correctly?These are the questions you as a homeowner need answers to. Seismic retrofit contractors perform cripple wall retrofits on homes all over the Bay Area and there is a good chance you live in one of these houses. Clients always ask "How do you plan on retrofitting my house?" As a response to this question we produced this video to teach you how a cripple wall retrofit on a typical Bay Area should be done. This video explains step by step everything that needs to be done in a good cripple wall seismic retrofit. Here you will learn what retrofit foundation bolts do, see how plywood for strong shear walls should be installed, and how best to attach the floor to the cripple wall. You will also learn basic earthquake retrofit engineering so you can do the earthquake engineering yourself. Good earthquake engineering is the key to a good retrofit and it is worth studying this part of the video. good seismic retrofit will not only save you thousands of dollars but in some cases will save your life. If you watch this video you will be able to interview seismic retrofit contractors and tell if they know what they are doing. Protecting your home with a retrofit is the best earthquake insurance you can have.
Views: 10724 Howard Cook
What is a Shear Wall
http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by step tutorial: In structural engineering, a shear wall is a wall composed of braced panels (also known as shear panels) to counter the effects of lateral load acting on a structure. Wind and seismic loads are the most common loads braced wall lines are designed to counteract. Under several building codes, including the International Building Code (where it is called a braced wall line) and Uniform Building Code, all exterior wall lines in wood or steel frame construction must be braced. Depending on the size of the building some interior walls must be braced as well. A more traditional method is to use let-in diagonal wood bracing throughout the wall line, and a newer alternative is let-in metal T-bracing but these methods may not be viable for buildings with many door and window openings and may not meet seismic or high wind zone codes. Such walls can be either load bearing or non-load bearing. Shear walls are a type of structural system that provides lateral resistance to a building or structure. They resist in-plane loads that are applied along its height. The applied load is generally transferred to the wall by a diaphragm or collector or drag member. They are built in wood, concrete, and CMU (masonry). Plywood is the conventional material used in the construction of shear walls, but with advances in technology and modern building methods, there are other prefabricated options which have made it possible to inject shear assemblies into narrow walls that fall at either side of an opening in a shear wall. Sheet steel and steel-backed shear panels in the place of structural plywood in shear walls has proved to be far stronger in seismic resistance. Nonplanar Shear Walls: Due to functional requirements, the designer may choose non planar sections like C,L as opposed to the planar sections like rectangular/bar bell sections. Nonplanar sections require 3D analysis and are a research area. Holdown (hold-down, hold down) or tie-down in structural engineering refers to the steel device or hardware that is installed at the end of a plywood shear wall. The holdowns provide uplift resistance against the overturning moment imposed on the wall due to "in-plane" lateral load applied at the top of the wall. A hold-down may also refer to clamping device used to anchor a pipe to a structural steel element or concrete floor or allow movement of the pipe in an axial direction. At the bottom, the holdown is connected to the concrete foundation or structural slab by an embedded or epoxied anchor bolt. At the top, the holdown is connected to a wood post with screws, nails or bolts.
Views: 205228 askme2buildit
Framing Tip - How to Straighten Studs
Every house can benefit from a framing check. In this episode framing carpenter Bill Wood will show you how to check for bowed studs and a simple solution to straighten a wall. https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild/ https://www.facebook.com/RisingerCo/
Views: 42693 Matt Risinger
Floor Building – 3-D Single-Story Conventional Home Framing Design
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html Click on this link for more information about floor framing and construction. This is part three in our four-part series on conventionally framed single-story homes and will provide you with more information about how the floor is constructed. Don't forget to watch the other videos on concrete slabs, roof framing and wall framing.
Views: 46185 gregvancom
Framing: Floor Joists and Walls (1950) - Classic Training Video
Classic training film teaching the 1950's construction worker how to frame a building. Shows how to carpentry frame a 2 story building: framing the floor joists and subflooring and the walls.
Views: 37571 All Classic Video
Floor Framing Part 8: Joist Installation
In Floor Framing 7 we show you how to install the floor joist. We also take a look at framing the opening for stairs.
Views: 22164 NSM Construction
Building My Own Home: Episode 18 - Laying Out The Floor Joists
Today I started laying the floor joists for our new house.
Views: 348438 Arkansas Homesteader
How To Layout And Cut Hip And Valley Roof Rafters
http://amzn.to/2sfscBZ Swanson Speed Square http://amzn.to/2svgnvt 16 X 24 Framing Square Starrett http://amzn.to/2sflM5V Milwaukee Circular Saw http://amzn.to/2tyqcIP Framing nailer for your shed it will pay off fast http://amzn.to/2ty4jJz Dewalt Compound Miter Saw http://amzn.to/2sAOVaM Stanley 24" FatMax Level In this video I show you how to layout and cut hip and valley rafters. You can use a framing table or blocklayer.com website to calculate your rafter lengths. https://www.blocklayer.com/roof/roofeng.aspx Help support Doublewide6 Repairs LLC by sponsoring his Patreon account https://www.patreon.com/doublewide6 Doublewide6 Repairs LLC has a Master’s Degree in industrial technology with a specialization in Manufacturing, due to factors beyond the control of Doublewide6 Repairs LLC and anyone featured in his videos, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Doublewide6 Repairs LLC assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video or any of Doublewide6’ Repairs LLC's videos. Use this information at your own risk. Doublewide6 Repairs LLC recommends safe practices when working on equipment, power tools, chemicals, electronics, electrical systems, vehicles, and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Doublewide6 Repairs LLC, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Doublewide6 Repairs LLC.
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BOB SCHMIDT SHOWS YOU HOW TO ACCURATELY FRAME FOR AN INTERIOR DOOR SHOWING YOU HOW TO MEASURE A DOOR AND ALLOW FOR PROPER CLEARANCE WHILE FRAMING ALSO HOW TO DEAL WITH AN UNLEVEL FLOOR.probably the single most important part of your framing is your door framing 00:08 proper door framing as far as installing the door go much easier 00:12 I will show you how to do that, Lets get to work. 00:20 now before you can frame for a door you have to understand door sizes, 00:24 this door in particular that we are going to be installing today is a 00:27 two six door. 00:29 does not mean twenty six inches it means 2ft 6 inches and that is a 30 inch door 00:34 in 00:34 you always frame two inches wider 00:38 than 00:38 the size of the door to allow for this door jamb material 00:42 and to allow for shims for setting the door 00:45 same holds true on the height a standard door is 6ft 8 in 00:49 you always frames six foot ten 00:52 along side of your opening for the door 00:54 you're always going to have two studs 00:57 the stud here that is 1 1/2 inch away from the opening 01:00 we call it the king stud 01:02 and it runs from the base plate 01:04 all the way up 01:07 to the bottom of your top plate 01:08 at the top 01:10 now this stud here 01:11 will call it the crippling comes even with your opening and this is what you 01:15 you are going to attach your door to 01:17 and it runs from the bottom plate all the way up to the bottom of your header 01:20 which is the top framing for the opening 01:23 now there's a reason why you always have two studs alongside a door opening 01:27 its because 01:28 A) It has more strength for holding the weight of the door 01:32 B) 01:33 if you nail these two studs together nice and flat on the face 01:37 It will also help keep them from twisting or bowing 01:40 and third reason is 01:42 is when you had your box, when you put your door trim on here 01:45 It will hold your electrical box far enough away that a standard casing will fit. 01:50 if you're using a wider than standard casing 01:53 you can always add a block to install your box on to 01:57 give you enough spacing for your trim. The single most important thing you can do when 02:01 you're framing for your door 02:04 is make sure that this is plumb 02:06 hold the 4ft level about the center the opening 02:09 put it against the two side studs 02:11 and make sure that the bubble is as close to the dead center between those lines as you can 02:15 get 02:16 there's only a limited amount of space that you are going to have here 02:20 to shim in behind the door if you have this leaning too far one way or the 02:23 other 02:24 the door will not fit properly 02:26 once you're sure that your two sides are plumb 02:29 you also have to make sure that your header is level 02:32 now sometimes when you're building on a basement floor and the floor is running downhill 02:38 one-side of your jamb may be kicked up higher than the other 02:41 and make sure that you make any adjustments that you have to do to make 02:44 this level prior to hanging drywall. So there you go 02:49 you got your width right you got your height right you have your two side pieces 02:52 that are nice and flush with each other that you nailed together strongly 02:56 you got a level top of plumb sides You are ready to get some drywall on this frame 03:01 and this opening will be ready for a door. One more thing i realized after watching 03:04 this video that we maybe you need to know 03:06 this framing that we did for this wall 03:08 is for not bearing wall, in other words 03:12 you're going to have weight above here a roof load or floor load you'd have to 03:16 consult an engineer to find out what size header you will need 03:21 prior 03:22 to building the wall 03:25 yea that that was pretty it, Owww 03:27 I forgot wait a second! 03:29 in case you like this video we have some other stuff coming out you'll be 03:32 the first one to see it if you just hit the Subscribe button its over here some where. THANKS! 03:35 there's no more
Views: 1064296 HomeRemodelWorkshop
Metal Straps And Framing Plate Connections - House Framing
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/index.html Click on this link to learn more about wall framing, engineering and home repairs. Watch this video to learn more about top plate connections and how you can use metal straps to eliminate problems with lateral wall movement. Carpenters have been using these techniques for years and sometimes they can make all the difference in the world. To learn more, visit our website today.
Views: 19528 gregvancom
Framing Exterior Wall Corners - Requested SketchUp Video
A good guide for beginners http://amzn.to/2HgIwdM A viewer request a video showing how exterior wall corners are framed. There are a few different ways to do this but I show the most common method which makes for a strong corner and also dead wood for nailing interior wall surfaces in the corner. You can see us build the real thing here https://www.youtube.com/user/ArtisanConstruction Places you can find me! facebook: http://www.facebook.com/artisantony.youtube Website: http://www.ArtisanTony.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ArtisanTony Music: The music "The Artisan Way" was written and performed for my channel by my son, Barret. His channel is here http://www.youtube.com/user/insanedrummer89
Views: 370285 ArtisanTony
Blocking And Stabilizing Ideas For 2 x 4 Truss Floor Joists
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/floor.html Click on this link if you're looking for more information about floor framing, new home construction and building repairs. This video will provide you with a few ideas that can be used to install blocks and stabilize or prevent movement from the rest of the floor framing system when using 2 x 4 truss joist. Remember these are just basic assembly ideas and that you should always follow the product manufacturer's installation instructions.
Views: 1802 gregvancom
Valley Rafter
http://www.AsktheBuilder.com founder Tim Carter shows a valley rafter in a common-framed roof. Discover more information on roof rafters at askthebuilder.com: http://www.askthebuilder.com/cutting-a-roof-rafter/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/how-to-cut-a-simple-common-roof-rafter/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/can-roof-rafters-be-vaulted/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/roof-framing-basics/
Views: 400069 Ask the Builder
Framing Inspection and Corrections
For more educational real estate videos, subscribe to this channel or find me online at http://lynncurriebuilds.com ---- As part of the construction process, we do a third party framing inspection with a private engineer. They come in and inspect the framing, the truss installation to ensure that it matches the engineered plans, the sheer wall construction, the plumbing top out, the electrical rough, and the HVAC installation. In this video, I go through some common mistakes that are found and things that should be paid attention to for a smooth framing inspection. Items discussed: - Truss hangars - Sheer walls - Ram sets - Visitability Blocking - Hurricane Straps - Fire Blocking - Stairs - including the rise, run and how to measure head heights
Views: 119360 Lynn Currie
Framing 14' 2 x 6 walls and raising them
See how a five man framing crew build a house with 14' ceilings.
Views: 54895 David King
How To Structurally Support Load Bearing Walls – Truss Joist Floor Framing Repairs
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/framing/index.html Click on this link for more information about structural engineering, floor framing and home building. This video will provide you with everything you need to know about this type of repair, but will provide you with a few examples of how you can support load bearing walls that are creating problems in the floor framing, because the home wasn't built correctly. You can use double joist to support structural walls and truss joists blocks for truss joists type framing, but you should always check with a structural engineer for clarification. These videos are only meant to give you ideas and will not work all the time or for every type of building..
Views: 177129 gregvancom
Top 10 Tips for Wall Framing Layout on a New Subfloor
Watch more Building Skills Videos at FineHomebuilding.com http://www.finehomebuilding.com/blog/building-skills Larry Haun and Scott Grice share some smart tips for faster framing layout Watch more how-to, tool-review, and design videos: http://www.finehomebuilding.com/videos/
Views: 551626 finehomebuilding
Foundation & Subfloor Framing Tips by CoKnowPro (YouTube)
This video is for more experienced builders or for those who want an inside view of foundations and subfloors. This video goes over some basic foundation and subfloor framing tips. By CoKnowPro. BACKGROUND MUSIC "Ghost Walk" by Silent Partner "Brown Bag" by Silent Partner "Butchers" by Silent Partner
Views: 5180 CoKnowPro
Advanced Framing vs Traditional Framing
Follow me on Instagram for daily posting - https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild/ In this video I'll show you the differences between Advanced Framing and Traditional Framing methods. For more information visit my blog at http://www.MattRisinger.com -Matt Risinger Principal of Risinger Homes in Austin, TX
Views: 1226412 Matt Risinger
EBB Retrofit Animation
This animation shows what is involved in completing a seismic retrofit on a house with a raised foundation and a 4 foot cripple wall.
Subfloor Framing
Clips taken while framing a residential subfloor- a brief overview...
Views: 1714 Dave Osland
FTF #52 Install A Sexy Boarder On Your Deck, How To
Nothing make s a deck pop! like a sexy wood boarder board to break up the straight lines and hide all the end grain. Here is how the Samurai does it! My website: http://samuraicarpenter.com Japanese ink line: http://samuraicarpenter.com/accessories/
Views: 678243 The Samurai Carpenter
Floor Framing Part 7: Floor Joist Selection
In Part 7 we explain and show the importance of selecting good floor joist for your project.
Views: 10842 NSM Construction
A Guide to the 2009 IRC® Wood Wall Bracing Provisions
While lateral bracing is just one of many important factors to consider when designing, performing plan review, building and inspecting a residential structure, it is also one of most common sources of confusion and misapplication. This book was jointly developed by ICC and APA—the Engineered Wood Association to help designers, builders, building officials and others effectively understand and apply the wood-frame lateral bracing requirements of the 2009 International Residential Code® (IRC). This new guide covers lateral forces on a house, the history of bracing provisions, code limitations, permissible bracing options, connection details for bracing systems, pony and cripple wall requirements, and whole house considerations using illustrated design examples. It also includes more than 200 full-color tables, figures, and photographs. 255 Pages
Views: 6844 ICCMEDIA
Episode 3 - Floor joist installation - Carpentry stage - Small Space Big Build Project
CHECK OUT - http://www.ourbuildhandyman.com.au/ AND http://www.renovationjunkies.com.au/ For DIY & Renovation Tips. TOOLS USED FOR THIS PROJECT - http://amzn.to/1BkDySY Builders Square - http://amzn.to/1A8QX0Z Ear Muffs - http://amzn.to/1A8QFY9 Safety Glasses - http://amzn.to/1HdNIbR For more in depth overview visit my blog post related to this stage - http://bit.ly/1tq7UmC FOR MORE DIY, Tool Reviews, Renovation Tips and Social, Visit - http://www.ourbuildhandyman.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Our-Build/501183953335817 https://twitter.com/OurBuild https://plus.google.com/u/0/103490522511773227702/about http://www.renovationjunkies.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/renojunkies/?ref=hl https://twitter.com/Reno_Junkies https://plus.google.com/u/1/communities/100808934011044074153
Views: 38569 Our Build
Something You Should Know About 2x4 Engineered Floor Joists And Stairwells
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/floor.html Click on this link for more information about floor framing, new home construction and building repairs. Here's another video that might be helpful for anyone planning on building a home with manufactured 2 x 4 floor joist, especially if you're going to be installing a stairwell for a set of stairs. Keep in mind that most 2 x 4 engineered floor joists systems are designed specifically for each project and parts might not be interchangeable or able to be cut or modified in any way for smaller spans.
Views: 34524 gregvancom
CLAM: Advanced Framing & Cellulose Insulation - buildaroo.com
Terry shares with us details regarding the OSB framing used in the CLAM project in Sonoma County. He mentions how the cripples and headers are taken out in this advanced framing technique, and consequently, wood is saved by doing this. By incorporating this practice, Terry has reduced the amount of wood that would have been otherwise used in traditional framing by over 20%. In the advanced framing, the studs are 24 inches on center, or they are placed 2 feet apart relative to 16 inches that is commonly found in traditional framing. In addition to saving wood, there is also more room for insulation in the wall cavities. After the studs are in place, a mesh is placed over the cavities, and cellulose insulation is blown into the respective space. about the speaker: Terry Nordbye is a board member on the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin and a contractor.
Views: 2139 buildaroo
House Bolting
House bolting is an important step in retrofitting your house, building or other structure. Homes built prior to the middle of the last century weren't required to build them to the latest earthquake safety codes. These houses can be earthquake retrofitted by using house bolting, cripple wall bracing and other similar services. To find out more information on this topic make sure you read: http://retrofittingcalifornia.com/house-bolting
Installing cabin floor joists 16" OC
Trying to show you the importance of laying out your floor joists properly to make laying the floor easier, and adding the proper amount of structure to carry the load.
Views: 243530 St. Bernard Acres
Simpson HDU Holdowns
A short video of Simpson HDU Holdowns attached with SDS 2.5 Screws
Views: 11045 Ray Caniglia
Structure Lock: I-Joist and Dimensional Construction Step by Step Installation Process
Watch how fast and easy it is to install any Structure Lock product into your residential or commercial construction project. Available for dimensional and engineered I-joist wood frame construction. Ideal for floors, decks, modular homes, and flat roofs. For more information visit: http://structurelock.com
Views: 20711 Structure Lock
DIY Shed AsktheBuilder Flat Blocking for Floor Joists
http://www.AsktheBuilder.com founder, Tim Carter, discusses what you need to think about before you install flat 2 x 4 blocking in between floor joists when using plywood that's NOT tongue and groove. For more DIY Shed building tips and information and to PURCHASE the actual plans for the shed in this video, click the following links: SHED PLANNING: http://www.askthebuilder.com/how-to-plan-a-shed/ SHEDS for STORAGE: http://www.askthebuilder.com/storage-sheds/ GARDEN SHEDS: http://www.askthebuilder.com/garden-sheds/ SHED RAMPS: http://www.askthebuilder.com/shed-ramps/ PURCHASE ACTUAL SHED PLANS: http://shop.askthebuilder.com/deluxe-two-story-shed-plans/
Views: 7143 Ask the Builder
Tiny House 26 - Install Blocking
The walls are starting to become stronger with the roof on and the loft joists but they still need some support. In this video I install the blocking between the studs to really make the walls a lot stronger. Watch part 27 here: http://youtu.be/HrAbHdE_HlY Check out the Land To House website: http://www.landtohouse.com See whats coming up before it hits Youtube on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LandToHouse
Views: 9844 Land to House
Finishing the Roof Joists
Views: 2191 Kol Peterson
Building a SubFloor
Some extra footage I have on my computer. Took these guys a day to build the entire floor. I had a fun time filming it
Views: 75308 TheMrFinneth
11 - Floor Joists
Installing the floor joists for the foundation of our log home.
Views: 86832 VistaLogHome2012
Load Bearing Wall Framing Basics - Structural Engineering and Home Building Part One
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link if you're interested in a few more of the videos I made on structural engineering, home building and construction. This video will provide you with what I consider to be a simple view of how a load bearing wall works along with a few structural engineering points on home building. The most popular video to date I have made has to do with providing a few tips about load bearing structural walls and this will be the first in a series of related videos to provide more information for do-it-yourselfers as well as professionals. Don't forget to check out some of our other videos and visit our website for more information about construction and remodeling.
Views: 1415882 gregvancom
Constructing a Suspended Floor to Building Regs
Constructing a floor ,installing insulation and laying 18mm chip board tongue and groove Any questions fire away I always answer Music by Joakim Karud Dreams and Clouds
Detail #H1 - Trus Joist EWP Floor Installation Guide
how to install headers and TJI joists hung from a flush beam in a floor system. http://www.trusjoist.com/videos

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