It is currently 27 Apr 2017, 19:45
9fingers wrote:I suppose that membrane for roofing does not need to be so strong as that designed for walls as the latter has to support its own weight completely but realistically, for a single storey structure and careful owner-builder use, I cant image there would be a problem.
Mike might know chapter and verse on the subject?
Hully wrote:Framing is finished!!!...kinda, still need to do the blocking but that doesn't count This is how we're looking so far. Ignore the overly long roof joist on the end, it needs to be cut to length.
Pretty happy with it so far, so now onto wrapping the walls in membrane and putting up the battens and trim pieces ready for the cladding which is my next major job.
Hully wrote:......I read that the treatment soaks in around 5cm........
Mike G wrote:Each to their own, but I'd be getting the membrane on the roof ASAP as a priority over boarding the outside of the walls. You'll be amazed at how much more convenient a big dry covered space is.
Jimmy Mack wrote:.......He's right ya know...get up to a membrane on the roof, and chill with some cladding....you can tile it in 2028...ain't that right mike?
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