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Carpentry Framing & Finishing Level 2 Trainee Guide, Hardcover, 4th edition


Published by Pearson (June 12th 2007) - Copyright © 2007

4th edition

Carpentry Framing & Finishing Level 2 Trainee Guide, Hardcover

ISBN-13: 9780136144106

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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes:  Commercial Drawings, Roofing Applications, Thermal and Moisture Protection, Exterior Finishing, Cold-Formed Steel Framing, Drywall Installation, Drywall Finishing, Doors and Door Hardware, Suspended Ceilings, Window - Door - Floor and Ceiling Trim, Cabinet Installation, and Cabinet Fabrication.

Table of contents

(Total Level Hours: 215; Optional Residential Path Only: 165, Optional Commercial Path Only: 145)

27201-07 Commercial Drawings (25 Hours)

Elective for Residential Path

Describes the types and uses of drawings prepared for commercial structures. Provides information about the format and content of commercial drawings and their use in conveying specific construction requirements. Describes the standard format for specifications.


27202-07 Roofing Applications (25 Hours)

Elective for Commercial Path

Covers the common materials used in residential and light commercial roofing, along with the safety practices and application methods for these materials. Includes shingles, roll roofing, shakes, tiles, metal, and membrane roofs, as well as the selection and installation of roof vents.


27203-07 Thermal and Moisture Protection (7.5 Hours)

Covers the selection and installation of various types of insulating materials in walls, floors, and attics. Also covers the uses and installation practices for vapor barriers and waterproofing materials.


27204-07 Exterior Finishing (35 Hours)

Elective for Commercial Path

Covers the various types of exterior siding used in residential construction and their installation procedures, including wood, metal, vinyl, and cement board siding.


27205-07 Cold-Formed Steel Framing (15 Hours)

Describes the types and grades of steel framing materials and includes instructions for selecting and installing metal framing for interior walls, exterior nonbearing walls, and partitions.


27206-07 Drywall Installation (15 Hours)

Describes the various types of gypsum drywall, their uses, and the fastening devices and methods used to install them. Contains detailed instructions for installing drywall on walls and ceilings using nails, drywall screws, and adhesives. Also covers fire- and sound-rated walls.


27207-07 Drywall Finishing (12.5 Hours)

Covers the materials, tools, and methods used to finish and patch gypsum drywall. Includes coverage of both automatic and manual taping and finishing tools.


27208-07 Doors and Door Hardware (20 Hours)

Covers the installation of metal doors and related hardware in steel-framed, wood-framed, and masonry walls, along with their related hardware, such as locksets and door closers. Also covers the installation of wooden doors, folding doors, and pocket doors.


27209-07 Suspended Ceilings (15 Hours)

Elective for Residential Path

Includes the materials, layout, and installation procedures for many types of suspended ceilings used in commercial construction, as well as ceiling tiles, drywall suspension systems, and pan-type ceilings.


27210-07 Window, Door, Floor, and Ceiling Trim (25 Hours)

Covers the different types of trim used in finish work. Focuses on the proper methods for selecting, cutting, and fastening trim to provide a professional finished appearance.


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