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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Foundations

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Foundations

Even though I have only this end of this rim wall, only give me two feet here for this garage door opening. I like to run a board all the way cut from corner to corner to tie the whole thing all in together. Even though this little wing wall is only going to be two feet wide, we're going to have a 16-foot wide opening for the garage. Okay, Ryan is going to start using. He's got a little 2 by 10 over here. A 2 by 10 is a perfect little trick to gauge his inside stakes. A 2 by 10 is a nine and a half, it's going to lock her that thing in. Put a 2x4 board on there and you end up with a perfect 8-inch wide footing, or excuse me, simple. Okay, so we're continuing around the perimeter to the foundation. Notice that when we come down here, that we are staggering our seams. If you leave your seams above one another, on these four boards going to be a weak spot. So we ought to stagger those, offset our ends on our boards. These two by eights will all be used again in the framing of the subfloor and maybe possibly the roof of the house when it's all done. We have these uprights about every 30 to 36 inches, and you notice there's always a stake or too close to the joints right down here. Okay, so here we are, we've made it all the way around the front, that's the garage door opening, we've done the complete perimeter, we have most of our kickers in to hold everything nice and in line with where we want. Now we're going to start coming around doing all our inside forms. One with the...