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Hully's Workshop Build - Framing almost complete

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Re: Hully's Workshop Build - Framing almost complete

Postby 9fingers » 10 Jan 2017, 14:28

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?

Bob
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Re: Hully's Workshop Build - Framing almost complete

Postby Hully » 16 Jan 2017, 15:28

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?

Bob


Thanks for the response Bob.

Both Dan and Mike seem to use the same membrane for both roof and walls so perhaps I'll PM them to check and see what their view on it is.

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