rafter roof

rafter roof

A double roof structure that usually has no purlins; if present, they act merely as stiffeners.
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320 m, new roof construction: purlins / rafter roof, area approx.
But many houses lack yesteryear's basements and--thanks to the shift from rafter roof flaming to trusses--attics.
Typically the change involves installing king posts supported by a bearing wall to create a half truss on one side of the roof, and sistering along the trusses on the other side, essentially converting it to a rafter roof system.
The engineered building system also includes a precut timber frame loft floor, rafter roof, and porch system with log wall thru-bolts, hardware, caulk, gasket, and exterior sealer.
Its special features include a massive truss rafter roof, exposed stone walls, part brick floor and at one end, a room with nesting boxes set into the wall.
The spectacular open rafter roof is supported by cedar headers bolted to the posts and by stationary doors fastened to the corners.
A modern trussed rafter roof might appear more difficult - but an architect, builder or loft conversion specialist will be able to advise.
Rafter roof with insulation on tr-Dacke, roof structure of nail plate trusses over tr-Dadcke, wood stud walls.
Gabled roof as rafter roof, 2 flat sloping dormer-like transition structures made pitched roof to an adjacent tower, insulation installation as Vollsparren- and rafters, as well as wall insulation, substructure for separate Roofers about 400 mA.
It is one of the few examples of a rafter roof with curved ashlar pieces, originally supported by a wholly timber-framed substructure.
250 m2;- Roof adjoining rooms as warm roof construction with wood rafters, formwork, insulation, vapor barrier, insulation approximately 250 m2;- Roof music industry as rafter roof with ridge board Mittelpfetten and glulam (about 250 yds rafters, purlins about 50 yds) about 250 m2 .