Sub-floor structure components

1 07, 2020

Sub-floor components

2020-08-21T17:27:09+10:00July 1st, 2020|Building structure illustrations, Building Terminology, Roof structure components, Sub-floor structure components, Useful information|Comments Off on Sub-floor components

Sub-floor components. Sub-floor components. Courtesy of Peter Weddell owner/operator of Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service. Helping non-builders gain a better understanding of how timber framed houses are supported and structured. Typical sub-floor construction of a high-set timber house. Split level: Split level section a sub-floor structure. The sub-floor area of this house was suitable for [...]

1 07, 2020

Roof parts and their location

2020-08-22T07:25:18+10:00July 1st, 2020|Building structure illustrations, Roof structure components, Sub-floor structure components, Useful information|Comments Off on Roof parts and their location

Learn about roof parts and their Location. Roof parts and their locations. Courtesy of Peter Weddell, owner/operator of Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service. Older roof construction showing locations of its parts Photo of a hand cut conventional pitched roof with its components. Problems with roof structure shown in the above photo: The Barap Bolt brackets [...]

1 07, 2020

Movement of new stumps

2020-08-27T06:35:24+10:00July 1st, 2020|Stump Movement, Sub-floor structure components|Comments Off on Movement of new stumps

Movement of new stumps. Movement of new stumps, by Peter Weddell, owner/operator of Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service. Although the timber stumps were relatively recently fitted to support this traditional Queenslander house. The floor of two levels was sloping in different directions either from movement or poor fitting of the stumps. As you can see [...]

2 05, 2020

Building Terminology

2020-08-28T06:49:10+10:00May 2nd, 2020|Building structure illustrations, Building Terminology, Roof structure components, Sub-floor structure components, Useful information|Comments Off on Building Terminology

Common terminology used in the building industry. Building terminology. Courtesy of Peter Weddell owner/operator of Qld Home Buyers Inspection Service. AC (asbestos cement): A product manufactured from cement and asbestos fibers, commonly used in the building industry before the early 1980's mainly in the form of sheeting. No longer used because of its asbestos content. Anchor-bolt: A [...]

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