Naturally , before you start creating the lose, you must have Shed Roof. It makes the construction easier and permits us to easily determine the number of developing materials you will need with your Shed Roof.

Shed Roof

shed roof two master suites plans

Shed roof two master suites plans

Generating a Roof Over an L-Shaped House with Gable Ends

Using the Extend Slope Downward Option

Setting the Minimum Alcove

Manually Roofing an L-Shaped House with Gable Ends

Sloping Roof Plane Baselines

Exploding Dormers Created with the Automatic Dormer Tools

Drawing a Barrel Roof

Drawing a Domed Roof on a Round Building

Curved Roofs and Baselines

The Dialogs that Influence Roof Design

Locking and Protecting Roof Planes

Soffits, Fascia, and Gutters

Using the Gable-Roof Line Tool

Roofs Over Bay, Box, and Bow Windows

Roofs Over Curved Walls

Designing a Cape Cod Roof Bearing on 2nd Floor Walls

Designing a Cape Cod Roof Bearing on 1st Floor Walls

Matching Roof Ridge Elevations

Raising and Lowering Roof Planes

Manually Drawing a Dutch Gable Roof

Creating Openings in Roofs for Manually Drawn Dormers

Manually Drawing Dormers

Creating a Decorative Dormer Manually

Creating a Hip Roof with Curved Eaves

Drawing a Flat Roof with Center Drain and Parapet Walls

Placing and Resizing Skylights

Editing the Skylight Curb and Shaft

Focus: Manual Dormers

Advanced Roofs – Three Gable Overbuild

Advanced Roofs – Flared Roof

Creating a SIP Roof Assembly

Automatic Framing – Exposed Rafter Tails – Sub Fascia and Sheathing

Chief Architect Quick Tip – Roof Design

Chief Architect Quick Tip – Curved Roof Kiosk

Use the High Shed Gable Wall setting in addition to Full Gable Walls to create a stand alone shed roof or just the Full Gable Wall setting to create a lean-to style shed roof.

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