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Old 03-29-2015, 03:14 PM   #61
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Nice work, that's one severely cut up roof.
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Old 03-31-2015, 08:03 PM   #62
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I think after this one, I will never be intimidated about putting a roof on anything.

I guess I never really was before. I have another one coming up that is bigger and steeper . It is a 10/12 on the front and back and a 14/12 on the sides. Big old hip roof .
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Better get'er closed in tomorrow. We got rain coming.
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We did get some rain this morning.



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How did we do this before we had forklifts?

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Got the decks framed yesterday. 8x8 posts , 2x10 joists 12" centers


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The guy wanted to add 3' to the deck after the piers were in, so that is a 3' cantilever with the joist crowned down. I want to go back in about 5 years and see what it looks like. I am not worried about it, just curious.
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The guy wanted to add 3' to the deck after the piers were in, so that is a 3' cantilever with the joist crowned down. I want to go back in about 5 years and see what it looks like. I am not worried about it, just curious.
Does that not exceed the 1 to 4 rule for cantilevers? If you're 3' out you should have 9' to the house. That's what I was taught anyways. Or get it stamped.
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