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Tip: Leveling long pieces of lumber

Squaring and Leveling Mudsills
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Squaring and Leveling MudsillsOnline Membership Required

If you assume the foundation is accurate, you may end up custom cutting each rafter and fussing with every miter in your trim

Framing Gable EndsOnline Membership Required

You can use a story pole and a level to lay out accurate cuts without a tape measure

Plumb-bob anchor
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Plumb and LineOnline Membership Required

Without this final step of straightening the walls, the care taken during framing will have little effect

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