Table of Contents
- 2The plans: Side and front elevation
- 3The Floor, Frame Cutting List and Instructions
- 4The base, the floor and the floor plan
- 5The wall frames and the stud layout plan
- 6The roof frame and roof detail plan
- 7The roof blocking, detail plan and legend
- 8 The covering, detail plan and cutting pattern
- 9The roof trim and the door
- 10The window and the handrail
- 11The materials list
The roof frame and roof detail plan
Step four: The roof frame
Centralize the two The horizontal line at the top of opposing sloping sides of a roof running parallel with the building length. supports [i] on top of the two end frames and To secure with nails or screws. in an upright position.
Balance the ridge beam [j] on top of the ridge supports [i] and fix in place with nails skewed (angled) through the ends of the ridge A supporting member. into the supports.
Fix the 10 common rafters [k] in place (5 each side) beginning with the end rafters and then the intermediates.
Fix the lean-to Structural member of a roof that supports the roof load and runs from the ridge to the top of the side walls. supports [m] in place at the lower end of the top rafters [k]. (See diagram below.)
Standard (ft and inch) version:
Fix the lean-to rafters [l] in place on top of the lower rafter supports [m], and so that the top of the lean-to rafters [l] are at a point 12 3/4″ up from the bottoms of the top rafters [k]. (See diagram below.)
Millimeter measurements. version:
Fix the lean-to rafters [l] in place on top of the lower rafter supports [m], and so that the top of the lean-to rafters [l] are at a point 320mm up from the bottoms of the top rafters [k]. (See diagram below.)
A short nail with a large flat head used for securing roofing felt, plasterboard, sheet metal to wood etc. the beam [n] to the end of the lower rafters.
Fix three posts [o] Vertical; Upright. under the beam [n]. One see PILE in the middle and one at each end.