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Canadian wood-frame house construction

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Here is comprehensive guide to canadian wood-frame house construction.

It corresponds to the national codes but doesn't replace it - you should know official requirements anyway. 

Nevertheless it is totally helpfull for me .. hope you'll find so)

 

Size 12Mb

Format *.pdf.

link: http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/odpub/pdf/61010.pdf

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Thanks for sharing this.

I have a 1976 version of this book which i got in trade school back then. I still reference it once in a while to help me brainstorm. 

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