Using a traditional timber framed floor system which includes a sill plate and joists is becoming rare. However, it is still a great way to create the floor system, depending on your project needs. In this detail a stub tenon is used on the post to serve as a locator tenon and a Simpson ST-8 Strap is used to join the post to the sill plate. At the corner joint a simple mortise and tenon is employed to hold everything together with 1 one inch peg. The joists are connected into the sill plate with 1 1/4″ housings and secured with structural screws.
The most painful thing about cutting all this joinery is it will be covered up and you will never see it again after you install your flooring.
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