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Home Ready Frame: Framing Day 13

It’s now day 13 on the site and things are looking good. Still have some roof sheathing to go and just a little bit of zip sheathing on the back of the house. But otherwise, the house is basically complete. It’s important to try and balance high performance and cost. Remember when you're talking to your clients about square footages especially when it comes to framing, you’re incorporating garages, porches, etc. These need to be factored in.

As for this 4,000 square foot house, it should be done just a few days after filming. As for Ready Frame it proved to be a well thought out system. It's not available in every market but it's in a lot of major metros, talk to your local BFS rep about whether Ready Frame is an option for you.

Learn More about Ready Frame from Builders First Source here:
READY-FRAME - Precut Framing Lumber Packages | Builders FirstSource (

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