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What type of structural components is your flat roof made of and what kind of roof finish did you use?
Schachne Architects & Builders
November 26, 2012 in Photo Questions
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TPA Architecture, Inc.
The roof structure is simply wood parallam beams (PSL) that take the cantilevers and wood TrusJoist roof joists that span between. Standard 1/2" plywood roof sheathing. No steel beams. Roof is pitched to concealed gutter around the edge with rip strips and a second layer of plywood. The roofing is Class A two ply modified built up roofing by CertainTeed.
November 27, 2012 at 10:39AM     
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