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Creating a standard shed roof for a house in metric using metric parameters and roofing iron materials

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Need to get some expert advise on how to go about drawing this style of house in metric​, with metric standards, and materials.

The roof is the difficult part of this particular design. Willing to pay for a consult from an experienced user, say $50.00 on Pay Pal.

Please get in touch with me as soon as possible, so that we can discuss the project in more depth.

Thx,

 

Douglas Burgmann

Accurate Asbuilts & Designs

970-987-4476 cell

Email: douglasburgmann@gmail.com

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Doug, where is this house being built? The roof design from your attachments looks like Australian design. I would do it more like we do here in North America as a flat roof with build-up. Will you have the parapet walls or just the roof? With the parapet walls and that truss system will be some engineering fun. The metric part is the easy part, just use metric profile plan and set your defaults.

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