Quantities Of Material, Put In Place Per Day

Class of Material.

No. of Feet B.M.,or No.

Remarks.

Studding, 2" X 4", or 2" X 6" .

600-800

Wall or partition.

Rafters...........

500-600

Floor joists, 2"x 10", or 3" X 12"

1,500

Sheathing, unmatched...........

1,000

Laid horizontally.

Sheathing, unmatched....

800

Laid diagonally.

Sheathing, matched.....

800

Laid horizontally.

Sheathing, matched.....

600

Laid diagonally.

Sheating , root........

1,000

Plain gable roof.

Sheating , root........

500

Much cut up by hips, valleys, dormers, etc.

Siding..............

700

Includes fitting and setting corner boards, base, trim, and scaffolding.

Posts and beams over cellars.

400-500

Includes scarfing and doweling.

Plaster grounds, lineal feet, per man.........

400

For base and wainscot, straightened in good shape.

Bridging, No. pairs per hour, per man........

12

Includes cutting and setting.

False jambs around openings, per hour,perannum......

1

Cost Of Miscellaneous Items Of Carpentry

Class of Work.

Cost.

Remarks.

Setting window frames in

$0.30

Per sq. ft. (about 1 hour time).

Furring brick walls, l"x2"

02 1/2

Per sq. ft. (includes labor, material, and nails).

Furring brick walls, l"x2" strips, 10-inch centers. .

.01 7/8

Per sq. ft.

Cutting holes and fitting plugs in brick walls, 12-inch

.02

Per sq. ft.

Cutting holes and fitting plugs in brick walls, l6-inch

.01 3/4

Per sq. ft.

Window frames in brickwork.

.50

Each (includes nails and bracing).

Door frames in brickwork..

.50

Each.

Window frames in stonework.

1.25

Each, for ordinary work.

Window frames in stonework.

2.00

Each, for very careful work.

Door frames in stonework..

2.00

Each, for very careful work.

Furnishing and setting trim-

}l.25

Each.

Arch centers, 3 1/3 ft. span, 8-in.

l.00

Each (includes sup-ports and wedges).