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Old 09-05-2010, 04:15 PM   #1
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Banned from CT so here I come.....


I am not a DIY'er but was banned from CT for not being a GC

So I am bringing my problems to this forum to ask for advice and suggestions.

I am building loghome in oyama bc 4000+ sqft with a garage that has an ensuite above it, 1500+ sqft. With the foundation poured we have come across an issue.

Where the dormer from the garage is supposed to slip in under the breezeway that is coming from the kitchen. They hit each other. Only about 85%

So I am trying to think of a way to do a double peak. (looking for ideas why this will not work)

My biggest worry is the house is at 7-12% moisture as it is over 6 years old. But the garage is 6 months old and sits at about 25-35% moisture. I will be fitting it with interlock aluminum roofing.

Below are assorted pics need any more info please let me know..

I HAVE CRAPPY INTERNET SO PLEASE BE PATIENT



I always believed that more heads are better then one. in any project sooo
I thank you in advance for your thoughts.

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