Carpentry by Floyd VogtCarpentry by Floyd Vogt

Carpentry

byFloyd Vogt, Michael Nauth

Hardcover | March 9, 2012

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Welcome to the Second Canadian Edition of Carpentry. This text is designed for students who are pursuing careers in the trade either in post-secondary college programs or in apprenticeship programs across Canada. It can also be used by students who are studying residential construction at the senior high school level. The 2010 National Building Code of Canada is used as the point of reference. All measurements are given in both imperial and metric systems.
Floyd Vogt is a sixth-generation carpenter and contractor. His family operated a small business devoted to all phases of home construction, and he began working in the family business at age 15. After completing a B.A. in chemistry at the State University of New York College at Oneonta, Mr. Vogt returned to the field as a self-employed...
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Title:CarpentryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:976 pages, 11.13 × 8.75 × 1.5 inPublished:March 9, 2012Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176502734

ISBN - 13:9780176502737

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Table of Contents

Unit One:Wood and Lumber Chapter 1: Wood Chapter 2: Lumber Unit Two: Engineered Panels Chapter 3: Structural (Rated) Panels Chapter 4: Non-Structural Panels Unit Three: Engineered Wood Products Chapter 5: Laminated Veneer Lumber Chapter 6: Parallel Strand Lumber and Laminated Strand Lumber Chapter 7: Engineered Joists: Open Joist 2000® Chapter 8: Glue-Laminated Lumber and Wood-I Joists Unit Four: Fasteners Chapter 9: Nails, Screws, and Bolts Chapter 10: Anchors and Adhesives Unit Five: Hand Tools Chapter 11: Layout Tools Chapter 12: Boring and Cutting Tools Chapter 13: Fastening and Dismantling Tools Unit Six: Portable Power Tools Chapter 14: Saws, Drills, and Drivers Chapter 15: Planes, Routers, Sanders, and Plate Joiners Chapter 16: Fastening Tools Unit Seven: Stationary Power Tools Chapter 17: Circular Saw Blades Chapter 18: Radial Arm and Mitre Saws Chapter 19: Table Saws and Other Stationary Power Tools Unit Eight: Architectural Plans and Building Codes Chapter 20: Understanding Architectural Plans Chapter 21: Floor Plans Chapter 22: Sections and Elevations Chapter 23: Plot and Foundation Plans Chapter 24: Building Codes and Zoning Regulations Unit Nine: Building Layout Chapter 25: Levelling and Layout Tools Chapter 26: Laying Out Foundation Lines Unit Ten: Concrete Form Construction Chapter 27: Characteristics of Concrete Chapter 28: Forms for Footings, Slabs, Walks, and Driveways Chapter 29: Wall and Column Forms and Insulated Concrete Forms Chapter 30: Concrete Stair Forms and Preserved Wood Foundations Chapter 31: Concrete Forming for the ICI Sector (Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional) Unit Eleven: Floor Framing Chapter 32: Types of Frame Construction Chapter 33: The Substructure: Columns, Beams, and Sill Plates Chapter 34: The Floor Frame: Joists, Openings, Bridging, and the Subfloor Chapter 35: Stairways and Stair Design Chapter 36: Stair Layout and Construction Unit Twelve: Exterior Wall Framing Chapter 37: Exterior Wall: Components and Their Functions Chapter 38: Exterior Wall: Construction Sequence Unit Thirteen: Interior Rough Work Chapter 39: Interior Partitions and Ceiling Joists Chapter 40: Backing and Blocking Chapter 41: Steel Framing Unit Fourteen: Scaffolds, Ladders, and Horses Chapter 42: Wood, Metal, and Pump Jack Scaffolds Chapter 43: Brackets, Horses, and Ladders Unit Fifteen: Roof Framing Chapter 44: Roof Types, Components, and Terminology Chapter 45: Roof Trusses Chapter 46: Gable and Gambrel Roofs Chapter 47: Shed, Dormer, and Porch Roofs Chapter 48: Hip Roofs Chapter 49: Intersecting Roofs with Equal Pitch Chapter 50: Unequal Pitched Roofs and Gazebo Roofs Chapter 51: Post-and-Beam and Timber Frame Construction Unit Sixteen: Energy Efficient Housing Chapter 52: Building Science: Principles and Practice Chapter 53: Progressive Practices: Framing and Air Sealing Chapter 54: Thermal and Acoustical Insulation Unit Seventeen: Roofing Chapter 55: Asphalt Shingles and Tile Roofing Chapter 56: Wood Shingles and Shakes Chapter 57: Flashing Unit Eighteen: Windows Chapter 58: Window Terms and Types Chapter 59: Window Installation and Glazing Unit Nineteen: Exterior Doors Chapter 60: Door Frame Installation Chapter 61: Door Fitting and Hanging Chapter 62: Installing Exterior Door Locksets Unit Twenty: Siding and Cornice Construction Chapter 63: Wood Siding Types and Sizes Chapter 64: Applying Vertical and Horizontal Wood Siding Chapter 65: Wood Shingle and Shake Siding Chapter 66: Aluminum and Vinyl Siding Chapter 67: Cornices and Eavestroughs Unit Twenty-One: Decks, Porches, and Fences Chapter 68: Deck and Porch Construction Chapter 69: Fence Design and Erection Unit Twenty-Two: Drywall Construction Chapter 70: Gypsum Board Chapter 71: Single-Layer and Multilayer Drywall Application Chapter 72: Concealing Fasteners and Joints Unit Twenty-Three: Wall Panelling and Ceramic Tile Chapter