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The veneered box, still with protective plastic sheathing on the veneer, after all sides are completed.
In younger people, multiple sclerosis can also affect this sheathing, which slows and disrupts brain signals.
Santiago said a major defect was gable ends that were not braced or connected to roofs, plus inadequacies with trusses, sheathing, strapping and tie beams.
Many common types of structural sheathing — the large panels between the framing and the outside of the house — are a composite of wood chips or other porous material.
The roof project will include replacing damaged sheathing and using new, higher-grade shingles, as well as replacing soffit and facia, downspouts and gutters.
His white plastic sheathing and silver gun slowed traffic, but didn't scare away Jason Czernich, who came dressed as Batman.
Lansinger, a 23-year-old graduate student in finance at DU, navigated the narrow roof while attaching sheathing to a row of wooden trusses.
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