Building A New House
Nov 30, 2018 2:44 pm
I read earlier in one of the posts somewhere a good tip on how to take photos of studs and noggins alignment and location for future.
I remember it said that we need to write on a piece of paper - the room name. Place this paper and a measuring tape on each wall of the room before taking the photo. This helps to visualise location of the nogs and studs if you want to do something on the wall in future. Can you please give some inputs as to how we can do this better...
Re: How to take photos of each wall and ceiling for future2
Dec 01, 2018 6:31 am
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