for emperor: rise of the middle kingdom on the pc, faq/walkthrough by zeldadomer. rise of the middle kingdom, faq/walkthrough by mike jenista mjenista math.duke.edu version 1.00 june 2008 ===== table of contents * ----- i. introduction ii. clay, and stone. because the lacquerware makers and tax collectors also use wood, you might not
the other coated lumber mike uses on his shows is bluwood an american product which is coated with a distinctive blue coating that is mold, moisture, and insect resistant. termites will enter through this weak spot and start chewing up the lumber. and just because wood is coated doesn’t mean it’s good. why mike holmes loves coated
the building minigame works as follows: - firstly, you may have to 'chop' pieces of wood by running your stylus along certain designated areas - secondly, you have to piece the furniture together by first rotating the piece until it fits into the rest of the frame.
bluwood is approved for most all wood framing components used in residential and approved commercial structures. these covered structure components include structural lumber, plywood, osb, subfloor panel products, engineered wood products, lumber for structural components truss products , moldings and trim boards.
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framing studs are ideal for a wide range of uses from framing of houses to basic interior structural applications. studs come in several widths for structural framing, structural walls, interior and exterior walls. as long as studs are properly primed and painted or sealed and stained they can be used in exterior applications.
for tropico 2: pirate cove on the pc, faq/walkthrough by fawkes66. connects buildings, docks, etc construction tent 0 gold, 0 lumber costs 0 per month employs 5 builders, 1 overseer provides construction, pirate wages bunkhouse 0 gold, 2 lumber costs 1 gold per month serves 5 captives provides rest chuck tent 0 gold, 2 lumber
at some point in the life of your house, the lumber that holds it together will get wet. the flashing will fail, the roof will leak, or, as demonstrated by last year's hurricanes, the rains will drive and the waters will rise. frame a house with blue lumber, though, and the water won't wet the wood in the first place.
went in slowe's yesterday to pick up a couple of items, saw a display for a new product new to me anyway called blue wood. apparently the next generation of pt lumber. looks kind of like somebody sprayed a light coat of blue paint on it. supposed to never need any treatment.