by Larry Haun
The Taunton Press, 1998
Soft cover, 8" x 10", 213 pages
In The Very Efficient Carpenter, Haun shows you step-by-step all the techniques he uses to frame a basic house, from laying down the sills to cutting the rafters. You'll learn about:
Cutting and installing posts and girders
Joisting and sheathing floors
Laying out, cutting, assembling and raising walls
Framing gable roofs, hips and valleys, and truss roofs
Larry Haun has been a production framer in southern California for four decades and a teacher of apprentices for more than 20 years. He has honed his skills and techniques on hundred of tract and custom houses, finding countless ways to save time, reduce costs, minimize problems, and improve quality.
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