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used to fasten handrail to wall, beam, column or post at a convenient, safe 34-38" height, measured vertically from the front lip of the treads. Support brackets shall be placed 18" from the end of handrail and may be 7' apart. Lengths greater than 10' shall use more than two support brackets. Handrail shall be beveled at 45°and returned 90º to a supporting wall, beam or column securely fastened. The spacing of balusters or intermediate guardrails shall be no more than 4” apart.

Apply one coat of sealer as a protective first coat. Handrails must meet all applicable codes.

506

SUSPENDED CEILING

Install a suspended grid system with interlocking T bar type with 1¼" Tee height and 1" width across the bottom. Hanger wires to be installed and be a type as recommended by grid manufacturer and will be installed level and free of defects. Ceiling panels shall be 2' x 4'. Installation in high moisture areas shall be the scrubbable, vinyl coated type. Installation in low moisture areas shall be a washable latex finish, which can be cleaned with a damp sponge and mild detergent. Finished ceiling height and installation

shall conform to code.

507

CEILING TILE

Install white block 12" x 12" or 12" x 24" ceiling tile. Staple to wood furring strips, installed and shimmed to provide a true and level surface. Tile to be a washable latex face for low moisture areas. Installation in high moisture areas shall be the scrubbable, vinyl coated type. All work shall conform to

code.

508

MELAMINE PANELING OR VINYL PANELING

Install melamine hardboard. All hardboard, molding, edges, fillers, fasteners and adhesives shall be installed as recommended by the manufacturer. Molding strips for use between panels shall be the same material color design as panel. Where wood molding strips are installed, they shall be painted or stained and/or varnished. Color and pattern to be chosen by owner from selected samples. Quality and price to

be mid-range.

509

WOOD PANELING

Install pre-finished wood-grain paneling. Panels will be ¼" thick, 4' by 8' hardboard with a permanent finish that will resist dents, stains and fading. Panels will have a Class 3 flame spread rating. Panels will be fastened securely to studding or fir strips using pre-finished panel nails. Paint under panel joints and leave a minimum of 1/16" expansion space between panels. All moldings will be the same as the panel design or with complimentary design. Panels installed over bare framing will have ½" sheet rock backers installed. Panel design and color to be chosen by the owner from selected samples. Quality and price to

be mid-range. Note: Panels with a particleboard backing are unacceptable.

510

CABINETRY

Install base and wall cabinets according to the cabinet detail provided. Cabinets will have a reverse bevel on doors and drawers for easy opening. Metal drawer guides for easy opening, with no sway when fully opened to a positive stop. Drawer bodies constructed of ⅜" particle board laminated with wood grain plastic laminate. Drawer fonts will be ¾" hardwood. Hardwood front frames. End panels ⅜" thick with matching wood grained vinyl laminated to particle board. Hinges self-closing and wall unit shelves adjustable. Exterior wood surfaces stained, sealed, sanded, and finished with scratch resistant heat cured

Alkyd-Urea finish.

511

COUNTER-TOP (ON SITE CONSTRUCTED)

Install a new kitchen counter top. Top material shall be thermosetting plastic laminate securely bonded to ¾” particleboard. Provide a 4" backsplash and 1½" front and side edges. Bond sheet goods with solvent-

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