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Old 2009-03-30, 09:26 AM
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I am just trying to convey my experience with working in new home construction the last 5+ years.

They do not go around accidentally cutting through the wood.

The wood was bowed. The method employed is common to fix it so it does not bow out and the drywall can be placed flat.

This does not appear to be a load bearing wall. It's just going to hold up drywall.

If you have some serious concerns, please consult your builder directly.
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