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If you do not know anything about home construction or new home framing I would like to give you some tips on things to look for. Must not be worn on your new house inspection, but it is not a bad idea to have the opportunity to inspect your house cell for construction errors.
1. Check that the correct post and beams have been installed? This would require a basic understanding of the building's drawings. Examine the drawings, find some sizes and beams and make sure they match the size of those called to build drawings.
2. Check if there are large gaps between the framing components. Look for large spaces with a quarter in inches or more between all the framing components. Structural framing components should not have more than 1/16 inch distance and should be relatively dense or it may be problems the house settles.
3. Your frame designer should not use defective timber. Look for timber with large knots and cracks. If these pieces of timber hold up other parts of the house, you may have problems if you don't already have it. All building materials must match the building plans.
Of course, we do not want large gaps between framing components such as structural beams and posts. These are usually the easy to find. However, defective wood covered by plywood or other framing components can be a little more difficult to find.
The best advice that I could get any homeowner or settler is to take as many pictures with a digital camera as possible. Try to take the pictures every week, but it would not be a bad idea to stay at work every other day after the workers are gone.
Images can also be used later after the house is built to find construction beams, electric, pipe, heating and air ducts.