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INCREASING THE COLUMN OR EAVE HEIGTH OF AN EXISTING RIGID FRAME

INCREASING THE COLUMN OR EAVE HEIGTH OF AN EXISTING RIGID FRAME

INCREASING THE COLUMN OR EAVE HEIGTH OF AN EXISTING RIGID FRAME

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Q - LATELY I'VE SEEN AN ARTICLE ADDRESSING INCREASING THE HEIGHT OF A RIGID FRAME BUILDING. DOES ANYBODY RE-CALL THIS ARTICLE?? IF YOU DO WHEN AND WHERE.

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