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Light-gauge metal studs are lighter, cheaper and straighter than the dimensional lumber they replace. But using them means learning new techniques. This article shows how they can be used on a renovation project.
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Before you slice through studs, make sure you've got the weight of the house well supported elsewhereby Mike Guertin
Whether it's the floor of a big house or a small addition, an accurate layout promotes smooth installationby Jim Anderson
Steel studs attached to the sides of ceiling joists create a flat surface for new drywallby Paul Fontana
Guidelines for working efficiently and knowing how good is good enoughby Larry Haun
From where and how you build it, to setting the columns underneath, the process goes smoother if you have a systemby Scott Knight
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