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furring strip

[′fər·iŋ ‚strip]
(building construction)

Furring strip

A thin piece of wood used to build up areas to align panels.

furring strip

A wood strip used as furring, 1; also see batten, 3.
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That makes it a lot easier to get the furring strip, or whatever you're working with, exactly where you want it.
To give the tops of the hoops more stability in the wind, attach an 8' furring strip to the tops.
Wood siding was installed over the wood furring strips.
For a perfectly smooth wall, nail 2x2 treated furring strips along the existing wall 16 in.
For example, to attach fiber-cement siding to the first-story block walls, workers had to first attach wood furring strips to the block.
The siding sandwiches furring strips, rigid insulation, air infiltration barrier, and a cavity for wiring
In order to save floor space, attaching thinner furring strips to wall and insulating with rigid foam insulation is another option.
You'll need to install vertical wood furring strips to which the siding will be attached before installing the siding over concrete or concrete block walls.
Claddings that do not require renderings are attached to the exterior of the foam blocks with furring strips.
thick furring strips to the inside of the casing, one above and one below the marks (see Photo 11).
Ideal for mounting electrical junction boxes and furring strips, the single-shot, inline trigger-operated tool handles power fasteners with or without washers from 1/2 inch to 3 inches long.
You wire either to the metal furring strips above mentioned, which should be used with both, and lap and wire the joints well, using 18 gauge wire.