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Default Furring a wall?

Probably easiest - You could also sister new studs stickig out 3/4".
advantage here is you can make them plumb and in same plane if thats a
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Demolished plaster covering on bath wall; studs remain. Installing

gypsum board.

The flanges of the vent stack that runs up one bay of the wall protrudes


Is there any option other than furring the entire wall? It's not a

task (wall is 5 ft wide, 8 ft tall), but I'm just wondering what options
there are.

Please, no "Go Google this" replies. I wouldn't
ask a question here if I hadn't done that already.


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Is there any option other than furring the entire wall and if so what is/are

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? Is there any option other than furring the entire wall?

Yes, there is.

Best of luck, and let us know how it comes out!

Lyle B. Harwood, President
Phoenix Homes, Inc.
(206) 523-9500 www.phoenixhomesinc.com

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