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On site carpentry work would include items such as sill plates, basement stairs, kneewall framing, site built garage, decks, or covered porches. Once your foundation is poured and backfilled prior to the house set a 2" x 6" pressure treated plate needs to be anchored to the top of the foundation wall using the steel anchor bolts. This plate is what your home will set on and be fastened. Depending on you location and building department this plate will either be single or double. If your home will include a walkout basement or will be set on a kneewall (Pictured above) the carpenter would frame them prior to the home arrival. Once the home has been set your carpenter will add a site built garage or deck depending on your plans. After the home has been set your concrete contractor will pour the basement floor then your carpenter can build the basement stairs. Once the basement floor has been poured and the final dimension is determined a number critical to figuring the correct stair geometry for code the stairs can be built. A number of the homes on our web site include garages, covered front porches, walk out basements, garage under the home, rear decks, and decorative dormers many which were added to the home after the set.
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