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    Default Framing in crawl space.

    This is a vague question but I just want to get a few thoughts on this configuration. Home built in 1994, single story, single family. The spot footing looked good although I had questions about the TJI which is being used as a "filler" between the the beams, and the notch.

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    Default Re: Framing in crawl space.

    TJIs are relatively uncharted territory for me, but I doubt that angle connection / termination would be building dept. approved. Since they are an engineered product, I believe you would have to rely exclusively on manufacturer data for allowable uses. Even though electrical galvanized rigid conduit carries a U/L label, it does not mean it can be used for plumbing.


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    Ugh. Looking at that is making my eyes hurt. What on earth are they trying to support there? It looks like they dreamed that up on the spot.

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    Micket Mouse is alive and building houses in Utah.

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