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10-21-2014, 12:28 PM
Yep Your right. Per Vitruvius. The system and mutules was invented for the Doric order, and similarly the scheme of dentils belongs to the Ionic, in which there of proper grounds for its use...
10-21-2014, 12:01 PM
FWIW. Per Vitruvius. Over the frieze comes a line of dentils, made of the same height as the middle fascia of the architrave and with a projection equal to their height. The intersection...
10-20-2014, 10:08 PM
I'll be the last to claim to have any expertise on this subject, but I was very surprised to hear that the dentil was a simulation of rafter tails.
In my architectural dictionary and any...
Yes, the slab area is to be enclosed with walls and roof.
Our freeze depth is 6".
Yes, I would pin existing to new. Tie the new horizontal rebar under slab to the pins
Can't enlarge slab...
Jim. I had considered that but the problem was that to get the concrete up to the underside, I would have to set my forms outside enough to get concrete in and higher than the underside elevation....
I have an existing 17'x22', 4"+ thk. reinforced concrete slab/patio with a 8" thickened perimeter. It is +/- 50 years old slab in good condition. Only one little hairline crack.
10-01-2014, 04:33 PM
What will be the over all dimensions of the garage?
What do you mean by "details for the garage floor". Foundation? Finish? etc.
Can you have post in the garage or must it be clear span?
09-30-2014, 12:46 PM
EWalsh. I was not being flippant in my reply to your posst. I am seriously interested.
Is there a specific reason for using this joist layout/arrangement Is there some advantage?
09-28-2014, 06:25 PM
Not that it would be all that unusual, but I'm not sure that I understand what I'm looking at. What is the blue hexagon with the bond beam notation? Is it something above or below the framing as...
Who says that the sister joist must be bearing? Normally the reason for sistering joist is due to deflection/bouncing etc.
If the original joist was adequate to resist the original shear and...
Just read the spam alert. FWIW, I'm not selling anything. Couldn't ask the questions without mentioning names.
I thought that maybe that could be the cause for the lack of responses or is it...
I have just gotten a new computer. A Dell w/Windows 7. I'm operating Mozilla Thunderbird 15 for email. As I understand it, there is/was an error in their latest update #15. I found on their web site...
09-14-2014, 03:46 PM
I've often wondered about the same thing. I seems that the safety concern is about a child getting their heads caught between the balusters be they vertical or horizontal.
It is different story...
This house was built 1956, so my guess is that there is no vapor barrier under the house slab either. I know our city building code did not require it back then. I think that FHA financed houses...
Around here with the soils we have, there is no difference between the house and a garage or carport. Reinforced Monolithic 4" slab with 12"w x 24" deep beam. House and garage/carport all in one...
If I'm reading you right, raising the fin. fl. an 1-1/2 is what I first considered, but the owner nixed the cost and most everything that I had read on this site about cement capping of only 1-1/2...
Yes. I like the 3/4" turn down. But, I still would like to seal at the plate. Why not? It can't hurt. If it is not done at this time, it will never be possible again. So, back to my original...
What about setting the bottom plate in a bed of thin set as used in laying tile?
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This is termite territory. Brick ledge to be Min.6" above Fin. grade.
The top of slab in...
Yeah, It,s just a "rather be safe than sorry thing." If at some point and for what ever reason water gets past the WRB & flashing, I would like to feel that it can't get under the plate to the...
Existing frame/brick veneer residence with 2 car carport. Owner wants to convert carport to living area.
Carport slab has no brick ledge so brick and framing will be on the same plane. The carport...
An arbor is light latticework framed structure specifically designed to support plantings.
A pergola is a garden structure with an open wooden=framed roof, often latticed, supported by regularly...
08-29-2014, 01:14 PM
Where are you building? No profile. Could make a difference.
Is this the only time you witnessed this? Maybe he should have compacted and didn't and now is being required to do so by AHJ or...
Yep, your right. No where but TEXAS. All flash and no class. :)
This is a weird project. About 10 years ago an Archy had designed a facade for a 1956 contemporary house. Its too weird to...
All though you don't see much of it around here, I was wondering about adding ice and water shield to the mix. I understand that it seals to the substrate and around any nails that may penetrate it....