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Old 2009-03-29, 11:15 PM
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Umm, just so you know.. This is common practice to straighten out warped/bowed lumber. As lumber dries out it starts to twist and bow.

I see this done on everything from the $200K townhouses to the $4M mansions, regardless of builder.

This is not an issue and it is good of them to do. It's so your drywall doesn't end up all wavey.
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