What Is Wind Bracing?

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Wind bracing is the process of installing metal straps or wood blocks diagonally on the inside of a wall from bottom to top plate, as a measure to prevent the twisting, racking or falling of the wall. It provides for longitudinal stability of a building. The same could also be done for the roof.
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