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Old 01-21-2020, 10:05 PM
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So I might be over complicating things. The vents from the bathroom/kitchen sink and the utility sink can run in the joist cavity and up in the space between the wall framing and the metal siding of the building behind the loft wall.

I think I'll go with 2x12 joists on 16" centers. I never anticipate much of a load on the floor of the loft. Subfloor will be 3/4 plywood t&g screwed and glued down. Flooring will be 3/4 oak.
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Old 01-21-2020, 10:13 PM
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Aren't the vents running straight up through the roof?
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You can combine the vents and only have one stack through the roof.or even run the stacks outside the building and then up above the roof line.
And,you can use (for sinks and stuff) a check valve thing,in the walls or under a counter.
I think only one vent needs to go through the roof.
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Decided to go with 2x12 lumber to frame the floor of my loft. The overhang is 24". Yes the Ron joist on the back had a bow.
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You know I can't remember. I'll have to look next time I'm out there. I think it's called a inventory scale. I think I have a thread on it somewhere on here.
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I broke down and bought a framing nailer off Amazon. It's a Metabo HPT NR90AES1. Should be here Wednesday. I haven't much experience with a framing nailer but I'm sure I'll figure it out.

Sunday my plan is to build the stairs up to the loft. Never built stairs before. Should be interesting.
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I broke down and bought a framing nailer off Amazon. It's a Metabo HPT NR90AES1. Should be here Wednesday. I haven't much experience with a framing nailer but I'm sure I'll figure it out.

Sunday my plan is to build the stairs up to the loft. Never built stairs before. Should be interesting.
Stairs are easy,7-11 is my favorite,if you have room.
I have big feet.
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Stairs are easy,7-11 is my favorite,if you have room.
I have big feet.
Same numbers I use. I have size 13.
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