timber ground floor detail

Detail Post: Floor Details - First In Architecture

Although timber ground floor construction used to be a popular method today it is not as common as the concrete alternatives. A suspended timber floor is constructed as a timber platform of boards nailed across timber joists supported on sleeper walls and the external and internal load bearing walls surrounding them.【Get Price】

6.4.10 Construction of timber floors - NHBC Standards 2021.

The floor should have an adequate bearing on the supporting structure. Timber joists should normally have a minimum bearing as shown in Table 3. Table 3: Support of joists The figures in brackets should only be used when the joist is not providing restraint to the wall.【Get Price】

Typical Details - Technical Downloads | RIW

For most situations where internal floor areas are greater than 600mm below external ground level additional protection may be required. Therefore these drawings are for general guidance only and further advice should be sought when necessary from our Technical team. Phone: 01753 944200 or Email: [email protected]【Get Price】

Floor Detail Drawings - BuildingRegs4Plans

Floor Detail Drawings (Includes Jpeg DXF and DWG [cad] via Download) A selection of floor detail drawings including block and beam floors timber suspended floors solid ground floors and upgrade floor details【Get Price】

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