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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_roof_construction

Domestic roof construction is the framing and roof covering which is found on most suburban detached houses in cold and temperate climates. Such roofs are built with mostly timber, take a number of different shapes, and are covered with a variety of materials.

www.wikihow.com/Build-a-Gable-Roof

How to Build a Gable Roof. The gable roof, also called a saddle roof, is simple to design and inexpensive to build. Its symmetrical shape is attractive, sheds rainwater and snow efficiently, and allows for maximum attic space. It's a good...

www.carpentry-pro-framer.com/gable-roof-framing.html

Gable roof framing is the most common type of roof in North America. Here is the technique used to frame a simple gable roof.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Gable+Roof+Construction&v=iKyD4vR_6-M
Dec 3, 2012 ... Although I cant read plans, it seems to be calling for a gable truss, 24" on center. I see other notes like California framing, and also a tie truss & valley truss. The plan shows pull down stairs, but I am worried that the stairs are pointless if I cant use the space for storage. I have lots of bins, memorabilia, skis, ...

extremehowto.com/roof-framing-101

Mar 27, 2008 ... The framing of a basic gable roof is based on a right-angle triangle, and the various roof framing components fit the triangle. The rise, or height of the roof at its peak, is the altitude of the triangle; the run, or half the building span, is the base of the triangle; and the line length, measurement from the roof peak ...

www.shedking.net/gable-shed-roof.html

Your guide with easy steps to building a gable shed roof from scratch. Build with a ridge beam or gable trusses. Gable shed roof with overhangs and eaves.

www.diynetwork.com/how-to/rooms-and-spaces/exterior/all-about-roofs-pitches-trusses-and-framing

This piece of wall is the gable. Hipped (image 2) A hip is the joint between two adjacent slopes of a roof. Some complex roofs have several hips. Shed (image 3) This simple roof has only one slope. It is commonly used on lean-to structures, such as additions. Mansard (image 4) A modified version of the pitched roof that ...

www.jlconline.com/how-to/framing/framing-eaves-and-rakes_o

Aug 17, 2016 ... One of the keys to framing the rake with my system is building a “dropped” gable- end wall, the top of which is 3 1/2 inches below the tops of the rafters. Then, after the wall is built, I install 2x4 “lookouts”—blocks that extend from the first rafter in from the end of the building, over the dropped gable, and out to a ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/frame-gable-roof-ceiling-66254.html

A gable roof is a heavy structure, and if you want to prevent your roof from collapsing, you'll have to frame the structure correctly. In traditional framing, the framing members that form the ceiling of the building play an important role in keeping the roof stable. When those ceiling members are removed, they must be replaced ...