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help with featherboarding a wooden framed out house thingy!

Postby trudy » Sat Aug 23, 2008 11:11 am

ok ok i am blonde,despite most of your judgemental thoughts im doing fairly well building a huge wooden framed out house on the back.
the wooden frame is in place and corrigated clear roofing is also in place.
a window is fitted,wall struts in place.
so i am featherboarding the outside of wall.
so how much over lap between each peice of feather board?
start from bottom or top?

cheers for any help!

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Postby Steve the gas » Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:21 am

Hi Trudy,

In my head I'd got you as a brunette (joking)

Start a bottom and over lap at least 11/2" or 40mm. An extra precaution I might do would be line the frame out with sarcin felt (roofing felt) horizontally overlapped starting at bottom.

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