423_roofing - 432 pg. 199-225 Chapter 1. Exterior finishes...

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432 pg. 199-225 Chapter 1. Exterior finishes for wood light framing construction 2. Roofing – the roofing being applied here is asphalt shingles, which are made of asphalt- impregnated felt with a granular mineral finish in 12” x 36” (300 x 900 mm) a. Layer of asphalt saturated felt paper is applied first and shingles nailed over with large head galvanized nails. 3. Roof terminology- a. Eaves – horizontal roof edges b. Rake – sloping roof c. Valley – where two roof pieces come together d. Hip – sloped roof on all four sides e. Gable - f. Ridge – top g. Fascia – face edge h. Softit – underside 4. Eaves – horizontal roof edges a. Create overhang a.i. Keeps water away from exterior wall a.ii. Overhang casts shadow – to protect against solar heat gain b. Allows air flow into roof /attic space 5. Eaves Design objectives a. Siding should be easy to join to eave b. Edge of roof shingles need support c. Edge of roof shingles positioned so water will drip free of trim and siding
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course ARCH 432 taught by Professor Mckinny during the Spring '12 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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423_roofing - 432 pg. 199-225 Chapter 1. Exterior finishes...

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