framing anchor

framing anchor

[′frām·iŋ ‚aŋk·ər]
(building construction)
A metal device for joining elements such as studs, joists, and rafters in light wood-frame construction.

framing anchor

framing anchor
A metal device used in light wood-frame construction for joining studs, joists, rafters, etc.
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Screw L-shaped framing anchor brackets to one side of each rafter location.
In many cases a metal L-bracket or a metal framing anchor does the best job.
These steps, along with properly tying the floor system down with approved framing anchors, will make yours a safer home.”
Moore's new residential building codes include requiring roof sheathing, hurricane clips or framing anchors, continuous plywood bracing and wind-resistant garage doors.