When you build a wall for your finished basement there’s a lot going on. It’s more challenging than framing one outside to, for instance, build a shed.
This video breaks down some tips I use to make the process fast, accurate and fun. There are some tips that I think are useful for pros, new carpenters and remodelers, or DIYers binge-watching videos like this for mining home improvement tips (don’t worry, us pros do it too.)
I prefer to use wood when framing a wall. It’s easier to cut, faster to move, way easier to fasten and 10-million times easier to customize around pipes, wiondows, doors, and the umpteen other obstructions in remodeling a house. For more ideas, visit: www.woodnaturally.com
The screws I love are www.SpaxUS.com and the insulation you see here (which I also love) is www.Roxul.com
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