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First I iive in Arizona and don't know why we must attach hurricane ties...but with that said we are doing them. What I would like to know is do I have to attach the ties (Simpson h2.5a) to the studs on my bottom plates. We are attaching them to the top plates. Unfortunately we were told after we put in the studs and window openings, so this is making it a little harder. also I would like to know what to do if the beam that our top plate is attached to are crooked. I keep trying to add some pictures but can't figure it out how.
 
Posts: 4 | Location: Arizona | Registered: Apr 28, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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