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Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence
Top Plate Double Plate Wall Stud (top half) Corner Post Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Walls & Partitions Framed (Cut-away view of corner of a larger structure)
Wall Sheathing Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Exterior Sheathing Applied
Ceiling Joist Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Ceiling Joists Placed
Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Roof Rafters – Gable Lookouts Installed Common Rafter (bottom half) Lookout Rafter Tail Barge Rafter (sometimes called a Fly Rafter)
False Facia (Sometimes called Rough Facia ) Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence False Facia Installed
Roof Sheathing covered with Shingles Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence “Dry-in” achieved. The remainder of the process occurs under the covered roof. Roof Sheathing & Shingles Installed
Gable Studs Lookouts Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Roof covering removed for clarity Lookouts – Lookout Ledger – Gable Studs – Gable Sheathing Installed Lookout Ledger
Soffit (Sometimes called Plancier) Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Roof covering removed for clarity The Underside of Cornice (Soffit) installed
Finish Facia Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Roof covering removed for clarity Facia Installed
Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence All Cut-aways viewed together Facia Work Completed
Frame and Cornice Construction Sequence Presentation Complete
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