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WAC 246-359-340

Nailing schedule wood framed construction and concrete masonry units.

All nailing must be completed according to Table 340.
Table 340
Nailing Schedule
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nailing1
1. Joist to sill or girder, toenail
3-8d
2. Bridging to joist, toenail each end
2-8d
3. 1" x 6" subfloor or less to each joist, face nail
2-8d
4. Wider than 1" x 6" subfloor to each joist, face nail
3-8d
5. 2" subfloor to joist or girder, blind and face nail
2-16d
6. Sole plate to joist or blocking, typical face nail
Sole plate to joist or blocking, at braced wall panels
16d at 16" o.c.
3-16d per 16"
7. Top plate to stud, end nail
2-16d
8. Stud to sole plate
4-8d, toenail or 2-16d, end nail
9. Double studs, face nail
16d at 24" o.c.
10. Doubled top plates, typical face nail
Doubled top plates, lap splice
16d at 16" o.c.
8-16d
11. Blocking between joists or rafters to top plate, toenail
3-8d
12. Rim joist to top plate, toenail
8d at 6" o.c.
13. Top plates, laps, and intersections, face nail
2-16d
14. Continuous header, two pieces
16d at 16" o.c. along each edge
15. Ceiling joists to plate, toenail
3-8d
16. Continuous header to stud, toenail
4-8d
17. Ceiling joists, laps over partitions, face nail
3-16d
18. Ceiling joists to parallel rafters, face nail
3-16d
19. Rafter to plate, toenail
3-8d
20. 1" brace to each stud and plate, face nail
2-8d
21. 1" x 8" sheathing or less to each bearing, face nail
2-8d
22. Wider than 1" x 8" sheathing to each bearing, face nail
3-8d
23. Built-up corner studs
16d at 24" o.c.
24. Built-up girder and beams
20d at 32" o.c. at top and bottom and staggered 2-20d at ends and at each splice
25. 2" planks
2-16d at each bearing
1 Common or boxed nails must be used.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.114A.081. WSR 99-03-065, ยง 246-359-340, filed 1/18/99, effective 2/18/99.]
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