So, this time around, I was careful to run every pipe through the exact center of 2x6 walls. The nails simply can't reach the pipe. Well, except for an area of about 6 square inches where the pipe had to go around the sewer line coming down the wall. That's 6 square inches out of 1600 square feet That puts the odds at 1:38,400 for each nail fired. So, shoot enough nails and get in rush mode before the snowstorm hits, what do you get?
At least it was a pretty easy fix this time.
Construction projects have been burned to the ground by plumbing fixes. Hot fire in enclosed wooden boxes, with all the water shut off. Go figure. I tood a scrap of the cemetitious soffit material and used it as a backer to protect the wood----worked great. It's now part of the same repair kit.
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