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Old 06-23-2012, 01:32 PM   #136
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Home depot run

Good fortunes. HD had 15% OFF on special order doors. 36 x96 are considered special order. 2 @397 each the regular 36 x 80 was $347.

Shower doors.. they had on sale also.
All you guys who want to start a project. If you get a big order and go to the order /builder desk they will match or give you 10% off most retail items.
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Old 06-23-2012, 05:49 PM   #137
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i may have missed it but what size and centres are the floor joists,and what is the loading you guys design too?In NZ our normal residential loading os 1.5kpa(31.33 lbs per sq ft).If it is an normal off ice we would design to 2.5kPa (52.21 lbs /sq ft),this also allows for a concentrated load which i wont comment on.Is the timber Oregon?(we call it douglas fir here).Its quite amazing to me you guys are talking about COOLING a swimmming pool
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Old 06-23-2012, 06:14 PM   #138
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i may have missed it but what size and centres are the floor joists,and what is the loading you guys design too?In NZ our normal residential loading os 1.5kpa(31.33 lbs per sq ft).If it is an normal off ice we would design to 2.5kPa (52.21 lbs /sq ft),this also allows for a concentrated load which i wont comment on.Is the timber Oregon?(we call it douglas fir here).Its quite amazing to me you guys are talking about COOLING a swimmming pool

I have forwarded you question to the architect for the loads. Yes this is a glue lam which consist of glue,pressure and wood being pressed together.
The code that we are following not is 2009 BOCA Code http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interna..._Building_Code.

The floor joists we are using are 4 inches (10.16 cm) 32 inch OC. We are using 2 x 6 x2 tongue and goove flooring above. Glued and screwed.

Our summers can be wicked. Last year we have over 120 days over 100 degress. Sometimes we even reach 120 degress. Water gets a little warm over 90.. so to cool it down .. we find ways of cooling it down a little.

The warmer the water the more chemicals you have to use to keep the pool safe.

We over designed the load since it will be used as a garage and living quarters. I will get an ans. for you soon.
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Old 06-23-2012, 06:42 PM   #139
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I have forwarded you question to the architect for the loads. Yes this is a glue lam which consist of glue,pressure and wood being pressed together.
The code that we are following not is 2009 BOCA Code http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interna..._Building_Code.

The floor joists we are using are 4 inches (10.16 cm) 32 inch OC. We are using 2 x 6 x2 tongue and goove flooring above. Glued and screwed.

Our summers can be wicked. Last year we have over 120 days over 100 degress. Sometimes we even reach 120 degress. Water gets a little warm over 90.. so to cool it down .. we find ways of cooling it down a little.

The warmer the water the more chemicals you have to use to keep the pool safe.

We over designed the load since it will be used as a garage and living quarters. I will get an ans. for you soon.
no worries just generally interested .32 in ch centres!I am much more used to 400mm(16)450mm (18) and 600(24)mm crs with ex 1 inch flooring(ussualy particle board or plywood).Dont go to any trouble for the loadings I am sure one of the other thread viewers will be able to give me an answer!
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no worries just generally interested .32 in ch centres!I am much more used to 400mm(16)450mm (18) and 600(24)mm crs with ex 1 inch flooring(ussualy particle board or plywood).Dont go to any trouble for the loadings I am sure one of the other thread viewers will be able to give me an answer!

from my architect

4x12 floor joist 32 inch on center
Loading is 40 lbs per sq ft
Lumber is Douglas Fir #2
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4x12 floor joist 32 inch on center
Loading is 40 lbs per sq ft
Lumber is Douglas Fir #2
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:12 AM   #142
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I like your flooring choice, that will be pretty impressive. Exposed screws or some kind of hidden system?
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Old 06-25-2012, 05:14 PM   #143
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Monday .. begining of the 3rd quarter

Carpenters finished the jositing Waiting for a 4 x 12. The one they sent was warped.

The decking has a smooth and rough side. We are clear finishing the floor upstairs.. so below we see the knots



Building the stairway .. double joist and bracing.

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hmm looks like we need a skyhook?.A beam seems to stop in the middle of nowhere?
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sky hook

the crane is coming on Wed to lift the beams and trusses into place.
It is like a big tinker toy set. Add a stick here and there and connect everything together.

Tools and material of the day
wood, drill , screes and a ladder











The out come a few hours later is:








A view from the upstairs looking down into the yd and the stairway (to be built)









Trusty dog guarding my back while on the second level

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Old 06-26-2012, 06:52 AM   #146
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hmm looks like we need a skyhook?.A beam seems to stop in the middle of nowhere?


Life would be so much easier if Simpson sold a skyhook in their hanger catalog.
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Life would be so much easier if Simpson sold a skyhook in their hanger catalog.
a lot of architects seem to think a skyhook is included with any set of roof trusses
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Old 06-27-2012, 02:20 AM   #148
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It is like a big tinker toy set. Add a stick here and there and connect everything together.




whats happening here? Is this post temporary or is the stairway waal(s) gonna support that corner?
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whats happening here? Is this post temporary or is the stairway waal(s) gonna support that corner?
Yes, temporary post to hold up the joist until the stairs are built. A 4x4 will be taking it's place.

We have contractors to give door bids today, the window divisions of HD will be here also and the paving contractor will bid the job placing down 5300 of driveway pavers from the stree to garage and the main house.

Pictures this afternoon.

The stairway had the 4 x4 put in placed. Not enough floor boards were sent.. so they started building the walls and storing them
under the decking. The large wall on top of the beam will be lifted into place on Friday.

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Old 06-27-2012, 07:46 AM   #150
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I have a dog very similar looking to your Avatar / guard dog. Name's Sammie.


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