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A method of framing headers in which the header size is increased to completely fill the space from the top of the rough opening to the top plate.
Also called a C-section, it is the predominant shape used in steel framing for floor joists, wall studs, roof rafters, and ceiling joists.
A wall coating applied to the outside of a structure.