WCD1 - Details for Conventional Wood Frame Construction
the house frame saves little. Such practices may reduce the strength and rigidity of the structure and cause diffi-culty in attachment of cladding materials and trim. Therefore, the details in this document are not intended to be bare minimums; rather, they reflect requirements for producing sound, low maintenance wood frame buildings.
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