Solved: Structural Sheathing

As lumber shortages cause wood prices to skyrocket, the cost to build and buy homes is increasing. OX Thermo-PLY advanced structural sheathing helps builders cut costs without sacrificing performance



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Simpson Strong-Tie SDWF Structural Wood Screw

The inclusion of a take-up washer (TUW) on the new SDWF structural wood screw from Simpson Strong-Tie allows easy attachment of upper and lower walls from the top, with an easy-to-install connection within the continuous uplift load path of the structure.

MWF Floor

This template-driven add-on for Revit BIM software helps automate design, production, and manufacturing of light gauge metal and wood studs for floor framing.

Simpson Strong-Tie Dexxter Screws

Made of coated carbon steel, these screws were designed for use with composite and encapsulated-composite decking.

Simpson Strong-Tie SDWH Hex-Head Screw

This 0.195-in. diameter wood screw — part of Simpson Strong-Tie’s Strong Drive SDW product line — is designed for structural and general-purpose fastening applications.

Simpson Strong-Tie SDWS Ledger Screw

This expansion of Simpson Strong-Tie’s Strong Drive SDW wood screw product line is ideal for structural wood-to-wood applications, offering a high-strength alternative to traditional lag bolts.

Lean and Green Builder: Stick vs. panels - a greener way to frame

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D-Blaze fire retardant treated wood

D-Blaze treated lumber and plywood is highly effective in controlling the spread of flame and smoke development caused by fire.

D-Blaze fire retardant treated wood

D-Blaze® fire retardant treated wood (FRTW) is available for interior applications where fire retardant construction materials are specified or required by building codes.

Purchasing: the Harsh Realities of Buying Concrete

Buying concrete turnkey can add a level of confusion about what is being purchased and for how much. Purchasing expert Charles Schneider offers a better way

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