Frame a door rough opening  A pro teaches you his three simple rules for framing rough openings efficiently   If you can cut a 2x4 and drive a nail, then you have all the skills you need to frame a rough opening for a door. As with most homebuilding tasks, however, there's a fine line between getting it done and doing it efficiently, without causing headaches down the line.

Frame a door rough opening There are three simple rules to framing rough openings efficiently: Minimize layout marks; maintain a simple, consistent nailing pattern; and avoid toenailing when possible.

Tiny house from Home Depot... ok so it starts out as a garage but it could sure make a fine starting point for a tiny house.

Tiny house from Home Depot. ok so it starts out as a garage but it could sure make a fine starting point for a tiny house. I would never use this to make my tiny home but its a great idea! I didnt know these things had a second level!

Architecture by Meyer & Meyer Architects; Built by Lars V. Olson Fine Home Building, Inc.; Photo by Warren Patterson | by Boston Design Guide

Lars-V-Olson-Ext-Front Architecture by Meyer & Meyer Architects; Built by Lars V. Olson Fine Home Building, Inc. Photo by Warren Patterson

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