What Is a Ledger Board?


The term ledger board is used to refer to a narrow, horizontal board that is attached to a row of studs to support the ends of floor or ceiling joists. These boards typically measure 2-by-10 or 2-by-12 and provide a strong, solid and flat surface upon which floor joists, decking, or posts can be attached.
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ledger board
a horizontal board, as in a fence.
Carpentry. ribbon.
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