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31068mf

3'10 x 6'8 Masonry Single Frame

 
Manufacturer: ABS
Price: $86.16
 
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  These Commercial Metal Frames are typically used for new construction, masonry type walls, and are typically welded rather than knockedown.

Accurately brake formed, knocked down frame with masonry wire anchors. Used in interior and exterior openings in conventional masonry poured concrete and stud walls.
Questions and Answers
Q: What is happening Rich! I hope all is well in the state of sunshine. I had a technical question for you. I just had my attic closets dry walled and taped. The taper left a small area by the door open. I asked him about it today and he said it’s for the door frame. If he were to apply mud on the area it would crack whenever the door would be opened or closed. I have attached a photo:

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of said area taken from inside the closet looking out into the bedroom. Please give me your 2 cents. Let me know when you are back in the CST area so I can bend an elbow (or knee).

A: The short answer is - what your installer is telling you is absolutely correct and accurate. That gap is going to be covered by the casing that will be applied to both sides of the opening. however having said that if it was my house and if it was an unheated attic I would either personally or request the installer shoot into that void

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If you're going to do it yourself be very careful to not get it on any of your hands and fingers as the stuff is brutal to get off - wear gloves

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