No. 1 framing mistake in home building

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Architect Todd Hallett of TK Design and Architecture has identified the most common mistake house framers make that costs builders hundreds of dollars per project — too many headers. Hallett offers practical advice for eliminating costly headers.

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Architect Todd Hallett of TK Design and Architecture has identified the most common mistake house framers make that costs builde

August 08, 2011

Architect Todd Hallett of TK Design and Architecture has identified the most common mistake house framers make that costs builders hundreds of dollars per project — too many headers. Hallett offers practical advice for minimizing or eliminating costly headers.

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