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Old 07-02-2013, 03:48 PM   #16
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that would be a nice architectural feature

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Maybe I don't know what a double gable is..... but would love to see what they are doing..... how do you build a gable structure into existing roof with a horizontal?????

Probably something simple, I just can't think of
Capitol M? Dumb Approach. Gusset and low slope membrane needed.
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Capitol M? Dumb Approach. Gusset and low slope membrane needed.
Jags.....That's all I can think of... architecturally I can't really comprehend that it would look good... but architecturally I'm very weak.

Still want to see a pic.

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:34 AM   #19
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People need to think like rain drops I used to see it all when I was a steeple jack down in Mass. Now I live up here in Maine and see even more crazy stuff like flat roofs with 2x4 rafters/ floor joist on an angle I guess.
I like to do crazy building myself but when it come to flooding your house out that's not good. What can we do.

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