Tips On Framing A Roof
Roofing is made up of several types, shed, porch, hip roofs, gable roofs, gambrel roofs and mansard roofs. The anount of ridge boards and overhangs can make the cost a bit high as these add to the complexity of the process. A framing square is a tool used during the layout process and also helps with the cutting of the rafters. Many contractors use pre-cut tresses today to help cut the time needed to build a house, but the strongest roofs are made by piece by piece lumber.
Do it yourself manuals are available online for free download if you are up for the challenge along with expert advice via video on YouTube. Do not tackle this job alone, especially if using pre constructed tresses, they tend to be heavy. Let your first project be small, such as a shed to get a feel for the task.
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