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How to Frame a Basement Wall with a Pipe

How to Frame a Basement Wall with a Pipe | basement wall decor ideas | 55designers.com

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In this video, John from Our Home from Scratch shows you how to frame a basement wall that has a pipe on it.
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6 Comments

  1. Austin says:

    What about the gap at the very top of the ceiling where all those wires are exposed? There's no fire stop there

  2. great video. very helpful. Question: As you iterate XPS and 1/2" fireblocking down the wall won't there be a cumulative 1/2" difference between the edge of the XP and the studs due to the 1/2" blocking? That is, first iteration lines up fine at 96" (stud 6) but the second iteration will have stud 6 at 96" and the XPS ending at 96.5". How do you handle this for securing the blocking?

  3. chris h says:

    I like your videos on this. Well explained. I just purchased a house with a finished basement but one of the rooms has a concrete wall exposed. I wanted to frame up a wall to it. One question I have is, is there anything in between your xps and sheetrock? I see alot of videos where people are putting moisture barrier on concrete then unfaced insulation then vapor barrier over that then drywall. But your way looks the easiest. Just wonder if you filled anything in the cavity

  4. claann72 says:

    By adding 2 separate XPS panels on the wall, because of the pipe, wouldn’t you have moisture penetrating from that area and infiltrate behind the drywall or fiberglass insulation, if you will add any? Any way to close that gap? I have a similar setup and I am look for a solution.

  5. This is great! How is your renovation coming along? We are about to begin a very large basement renovation project (1800 sq ft). Your videos are very helpful.

  6. Thanks to global warming this will work for sum.

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