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1791 Concealed Nails - House Exterior - Wood
 
1791 Concealed Nails - House Exterior - Wood -

Image Text: Narrow siding may have one CONCEALED nail per nailing point > siding nails that have rounded heads are often used to keep the boards slightly separated - allowing air in behind the siding to dry the back of the boards > stud > air > sheathing > narrow siding

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