Sill plate


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Sill plate

A heavy timber plate at the bottom of the frame of a wood structure resting directly on the foundation.

sill plate

1. A heavy horizontal timber at the bottom of the frame of a wood structure; the timber rests directly on a foundation; same as sill, 1.
2. Same as groundsill.
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The new Tacoma, WA facility started August with a 25 shift order file, split between Eco Red Shield Fire Treated and Sill Plate.
Sill plate anchors were inserted into the mortar, with four plates in each long wall and two plates in each short wall.
Partially anchored (PA) walls had two anchor bolts on the sill plate.
I started out by pouring a footer and laying up six-inch blocks, which I then externally covered with two inches of foam board, topping it off with an eight-inch treated sill plate.
Spray expanding foam insulation between the wood frame sill plate and the foundation, especially wherever you feel a draft or you can see daylight.
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Red Shield Sill Plate protects against fungal decay, termite infestation and mold.
6Window Sill Bands: These special kind of bands are used below the bottom of a window known as the sill plate or window sill.
The second design has the sill log sitting directly on the sill plate and attached with anchor bolts accessed from the top of the sill log.
Tenders are invited for Doorway Sill Plate Size 713 X 100 X 1.
One detail had the sill log sitting on the floor diaphragm, and the other detail had the sill log in direct contact with the sill plate.
The military-style tyre tread, exposed front suspension and the hiking-boot tread detail on the sill plate all endorse the vehicle's purposeful image.