Remodeling Plan Issues On Front Elevation And Walls


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My guess is that at some stage you had that room defined as a Deck - you defined it with railings.

It has now lost it's room definition because it has lost its external walls (railings).

So, replace the Porch walls - it will probably be named automatically as a Deck.

Change it's room definition back to a Porch and the wall should be fixed.

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