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Creating a room in attic, gamerrom wall.clg issues

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I would appreciate any help on this remodeling. How do I create a bedroom in attic? and solving gameroom wall  issues. 

1) the dished lines toward front of house is bedroom I need to create in attic. slope up to the 8 ft.ceiling .

   also teh wall on toward front of house is a 5'11" ht plate sloping up. need lowered from 8' p.l. that it is now.

2) exist. gameroom is 8 ft. ceiling with back 36' sloping down and part of wall is missing. 

Thanks,

 

Newell 

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This is existing house and roof. Just adding additional bedroom in attic at front of house. See attached pics of exist. attic and roofline. 

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@Designer100 - 

Newell...try getting the roof correct before doing any further work. Most of your hips/valleys were not even connected. And...I'd advise you to learn how to use "Saved Plan Views"...I added a couple to the fix plan below.

Just FYI...I offer 1:1 training...if you are interested: My Chief Skills

 

I had time...so I fixed the roof. Can't guarantee it's exact but, at least it all fits together. I also fixed your game room wall. 

 

Here's the plan...Merry Christmas! 693753679_MichaelHackRemodeling - fix1.plan

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On 12/7/2020 at 2:05 PM, SNestor said:

@Designer100 - 

Newell...try getting the roof correct before doing any further work. Most of your hips/valleys were not even connected. And...I'd advise you to learn how to use "Saved Plan Views"...I added a couple to the fix plan below.

Just FYI...I offer 1:1 training...if you are interested: My Chief Skills

 

I had time...so I fixed the roof. Can't guarantee it's exact but, at least it all fits together. I also fixed your game room wall. 

 

Here's the plan...Merry Christmas! 693753679_MichaelHackRemodeling - fix1.plan

Very nice repair on a mess and I see no TY from Newel or an up vote for your efforts,,, I gave you one.

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On 12/5/2020 at 6:13 PM, Designer100 said:

This is existing house and roof. Just adding additional bedroom in attic at front of house. See attached pics of exist. attic and roofline. 

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Newel I think you are ungrateful and use others talent to make money for yourself. I have seen MANY help you over the years including myself and you never change. Your blank attitude with posting your troubles and saying fix it gets old. Get your check book out and I hope others get on board.  I'm sure you are a nice guy and all but BE A LITTLE MORE GRATEFULness AND GIVing THESE GUYS THAT FIX YOUR MESSES an up vote goes a long way. Please and thank you.

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Lenovo Think Station D30

 

I am grateful for my fellow chief form users helping me when I have an issue needing help. Sorry, you feel this way. Thank you for your help in the past.

 

Regards,

 

Newell

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Newell,

You should add a "Floor" - maybe only 1/16" Ceiling Height.  It only needs to encompass the Bedroom and Stairway areas.  This will allow much easier definition and you can specify the floor structure, etc as well as create walls (not attic walls).

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I fixed the roof problems, then the room sort of fixed itself.  I think this is a good start on getting your solution. Joe makes an excellent point of adding a floor to control some of your other structural issues.

 

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Once the roof boundaries and intersections where fixed, then I created a wall on the second floor that was a siding type to enclose the side of the attic room.

 

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And there it is, the wall that was giving you grief.   Your wall was an interior wall and was generated by the program.  It intersected the roof, so it was cut along the bottom.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Merry Christmas from the Frozen North.

 

Best to you and your family.

 

Doug

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