Working with wood (Home repair and improvement)
William Frankel | 1979 | Scan PDF | ISBN: 0809424282 | 136 pages | 100 MB
Wood is the ubiquitous building material. Nine of ten houses in the United States and Canada have wooden frames—and those that have walls of brick or stone often have a wooden skeleton. There is wood in floor joists and flooring, partitions, rafters and roof sheathing; and there is wood throughout the interior, in doors and doorframes, staircases, wall paneling, window sashes and molded trim.
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