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Journal of Light Construction Features Metwood steel beams to open up the attic in this home

When faced with a challenge, you can either back down, take the traditional safe approach, or try to hit a home run. A home run is nice, especially if it’s a sure thing. When Arlington, Massachusetts contractor Kipton Tewksbury took on the job of finishing an attic in a historic home, he looked for a way to do the job better and more efficiently. Kipton did a first class job on the project, and he also did an excellent job writing the article about the project for JLC’s February ‘07 issue. It’s a very interesting and informative article describing how he saved time, money, and effort, while giving his clients more for their money. Click here to read the article about Metwood’s cold formed steel, lightweight steel beams in this project