Table of Contents
- 2About the measurements
- 3Materials List
- 4Floor, Roof and Stud layout
- 5Plans - front elevation and roof section
- 6The floor and wall frames
- 7Standing the frames and the and the roof beam
- 8The roof frame and the sheathing
- 9The roof trim and roof cover
- 10The vertical boards and battens
- 11The Door
- 12Installing the door
- 13Nailing and Fastening Information
The roof The finish materials in a building, such as narrow boards applied around openings (window trim, door trim) and vertical corner battens. and roof cover
10. Exterior horizontal visible flat front trim board that caps the rafter tail ends., Exterior visible flat trim board that follows the rake of the roof. Also called barge board or gable fascia. and A building paper that envelops the exterior walls or roof frame prior to the cladding being fixed. Reduces air movement and helps avoid the risk of water ingress.
A short nail with a large flat head used for securing roofing felt, plasterboard, sheet metal to wood etc. the Angle of roof. boards to the ends of the purlins along each The roof ends and walls that form an inverted "V". rake and make Being even with. with the top of the purlins.
Join the rake boards at the apex (Plumb, upright. cut) and cut the other end vertically, 175mm (6″) past the ends of the rafters.
Cut and To secure with nails or screws. the The top horizontal board cappingCovering the top ends of the rafters. to the ends of the rafters, between the rake boards.
Make the top edge of the fascia A piece of sawn, or dressed lumber of greater width than thickness. Usually 19mm (3/4") to 38mm (1 1/2") thick and 75mm (3") or more wide. flush with the top of the Timber used to support roofing sheets. Usually fixed on top of rafters..
Cover the roof with builders felt prior to the Having alternating ridges and grooves. Corrugated metal sheet used to clad roof. going on.
11. The Roof
Fix the roofing iron to the purlins with appropriate roofing nails/screws.
Fix to the top and bottom purlins at every second corrugation and fix to the intermediate purlins at every 3rd or 4th corrugation.
Fix through the high side of the corrugation.
Overhang the roofing approx 65mm (2 1/2″) past the Fascia Board.
12. The The horizontal line at the top of opposing sloping sides of a roof running parallel with the building length. Covering and Rake Any piece of material, usually metal or plastic, installed to prevent water from penetrating the structure.
Standard ridge capping is about 130 (5″) each side of the apex, but can vary and any size can be made to order.
Have the Flashing that covers or caps the ridge of a roof. in mind when positioning the top Purlin.
Fix the ridge capping to the Purlin at every second corrugation.
The rake flashing goes under the ridge capping at the top.
Fix to each purlin (through two corrugations) and also to the side of the rake board.