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http://roofframing101.com/dvds/dvds-3/ This is a quick glimpse at the new video Roof Framing 101 Volume 1.0! Roof framing is one of the most challenging tasks of framing. Many people have a problem calculating a simple roof rafter let alone full hip roofs by simply knowing what the pitch of roof is. By watching this video you will learn how to use a roof pitch construction calculator so you can calculate roof pitch and build a Full Hip Roof with ease. Anton Council is a roof framing expert who teaches carpenters and contractors how to build a roof and calculate pitch of roof for any roof rafter whether it’s for shed roofs, hip roofs, or gable roof. http://roofframing101.com/dvds/dvds-3/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBuild a Garden Shed – Roof FramingROOF FRAMING CALCULATIONSGreen Roof Overview by Greensulate CEO, Amy Norquist.Prairie Green RoofShipping container house – Green roofOptigr

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18 Comments

  • 2Awesome 1 year ago

    If you can not cut rafters you really shouldn't call yourself a carpenter?

  • BMACK77 1 year ago

    Your such a fag. Your hands look soft, you got no field experience whatsoever. I bet you just graduated from ITT

  • Roy Ormonde 1 year ago

    Nice work, it takes skills to build a roof. I Contracted for 35 years so I understand the steps. I tell you though, you got to show safety on these videos. You can't have someone air nailing towards another worker at close range without even safety glasses on. Your selling all parts of you're work including safety. People will buy that that assurance just knowing nobody got hurt.

  • Keep Awake 1 year ago

    Do not waste my fucking time with your selling me on your course so just fuck you asshole

  • bharryy16 1 year ago

    hey…. label this video as a commercial…….and… at 4:50….. your partner should have probably stepped to the side for the line of fire…nail GUNS do wonders with missed hits.good looking work though

  • John Okolo 1 year ago

    Are you guys a school?

  • Alejandro Sanchez 1 year ago

    very cool

  • John Okolo 1 year ago

    Can anyone tell me a school carpentry and roof framer schools in Texas

  • Iantincan Gleed 1 year ago

    Hello, do you do a meteoric version? Ian

  • Kate Carlisle Milton 1 year ago

    What did you use as the base?

  • renan luis 1 year ago

    Great man, very good.

  • trussray 1 year ago

    @4.53 Your help looks a bit concerned for his safety…

  • dmak2 1 year ago

    What is this!? a centre for ants!? How can we be expected to teach children to learn how to read, if they can't even fit inside the building?

  • Anthony Williamson 1 year ago

    I wasted my money.. I'll just go back to school:-(

  • An R 1 year ago

    This video is crap. I purchased this same video. All he does is put shit in a calculator and writes the numbers to the diagram. After that they go over the framing part. You can find better videos on YouTube for free. I was under the impression that they were going to teach the math to find the cut. I have the same calculator as an app on my phone. Go to the help file on the app and it shows you the math needed. This was waste of my hard earn money. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS VIDEO. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

    

  • stephen brunt 1 year ago

    Kind of puzzling we have had a red roofer book in Australia for as long as I have been in the building industry It has a table of lengths , for Rafters creeper rafter hip rafters valley rafters and all pitches . once you have the building spans and the pitch you just look up the table and cut your roof out mm basic First year apprentice training oh yeah!! we find metric is much easier than all the feet and inches stuff after all we are in the 21st century

  • Mareks Ozolins 1 year ago

    Why do you have a tools of last century. I did made the roof on this technology 15 years ago. It's just a geometry class 7. Buy a modern, proffesional tools. ha ha.

  • Kosmos Erdem 1 year ago

    The next structural engineer you meet ask him about his thoughts on the collapse of WTC7. I know the answer.