Originally Posted by TMcG
I can guarantee that my productivity would go to zero and 'pesky' work e-mails would be reduced to monosyllabic responses!
Nice job on the framing. Looking at the right wall pictures, it appears there is some sort of vertical pressure treated wood used in conjunction with clips to hold the decoupled wall in position. How did you decide to decouple your walls?
Man, if I did do an office in there, It would have to be purely for leisure, because I'd get voted worlds worst boss.
Employee: "Matt, Matt--we have a critical variance on result X. How can we correct? We can either do x, y, z, or x through z to correct.
***back to watching my movie on office screen synced with theater***
The walls will be double walls on any wall or wall-section not directly up against concrete. When building against concrete, then the 1" gap is the de-coupling mechanism. For top plates, IB3 clips will connect to the joists or blocking (where necessary).
Originally Posted by BIGmouthinDC
We haven't anchored any of the walls up top yet so if they are leaning a bit, that is why. No vertical PT lumber, must be the lighting.
Yup--you may see some leaning in the video as well (to be posted soon). As Big said--no anchoring has taken place yet.