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I would appreciate any help with this roof on adding covered porch, that will be flat for about 5 ft then slope up (slope to exist rear wall of family room being about 12' ht when it hits the exterior wall) 3:12 pitch catching the existing roof at

2nd floor about 14 ft up close to exist. chimmney. the eave toward pool where new 22 ft bm +- fasica will match Master Bedrm fascia.

I cannot get the 2nd floor roof to slope down and catch first floor like pictures and then new roof slopes down at 3:12 pitch and has same fascia as exist. Master Bedrm.

Attached is a rough section sketch of how it will approx. look. Attached are pictures of Exist. house. I am adding a covered porch roof cathching the 2nd level roof and

gable on each side.

Thanks,

MaCay Patio.plan

SKETCH SECTION07202016.pdf

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Newell:

 

It doesn't appear to me that you have your walls dimensioned correctly for the as built?  Is some of what you are showing part of the remodel? 

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Are you looking for something like this?

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only the roof above the patio is new. needs to be 3:12 pitch and catch same eave ht where I have beam. I could not get the roof of existing to match existing. that is why I sent pictures.

Existing the rear roof above 2nd floor existing goes down and has 11' eave ht existing at rear of Family room. I could not get it to look right. then a 3:12 roof will come down to cover the

new patio and catch the eave ht same as master bedroom. porch ceilng will be flat coming from the fascia for about 4 ft then slope up following the bottom of rafters.

thanks

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Shane,

That looks good but, from the patio eave edge soffit, it is supose to be flat ceiling for maybe 5' then slope up to the family room wall and be high to put tv.

How can I remove the roof on inside by master bedroom flush with wall?

Thanks for the help.

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