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  • Kevin Pugh

    Why not just leave the roof and gutter underneath? Its pointless to take that out. Now water needs to try and get down one spout instead of two.

  • Temujin Khan

    A very good video! Although i was more interested on learning how to tie in the new shingles with the existing shingles.

  • Doug Chaney

    I notice that the addition apparently uses a different pitch than the home's roof? Multiple cities I have dealt with hate and reject doing this ever…they want all the homes in a tract to each have a single pitch. Not sure why that is considered so bad? Visually creates a hodgepodge of angles??

  • Laurent Blanchet

    I have a client that wants to extend 24 feet his roof 9 1/4 feet over an existing deck. Since we want the roofline to be the same slope, and it will be supported in a similar fashion to this project you're showing here. I'm hoping to not have to take any of the top sheathing off, and hopefully access the roof trusses from the outer edge, and use a nailer to secure the truss extensions. The customer wants framed walls to surround his new deck-room, so I may go with a beam across the front, as well as potentially one to support the truss to truss extension connections. The reason for the second one is that there is a 6 foot overhang to the outer wall, so instead of ripping out the soffit and fascia, all I'd have to rip out was the fascia.

    I love the architectural braces at the top of the posts: I'm going to use that on my next pergola job. Thanks for the very-well produced videos – great marketing! 🙂

  • Don Coons

    How was the angle at the roof determined? I'm required to create a 3-12 pitch for my additional roof. Great video, but a few steps need to be added. Thanks for the video, it did give me lots of information otherwise.

  • Afiraz

    I see you installed all this weight on top of concrete that is normally only 4" deep . Wouldn't that cause cracking in concrete, failing the whole extension set up later, and wouldn't it be safer to set up the whole addition on poured concrete posts that wouldn't put extra weight on concrete patio?

  • Joy panell

    Thank you for the free and educating video. To the ones who are so negative, you can tell the owner the best course of action and the best way to go but if that is what and owner wants then you give the owner what he wants. Is not a perfect planet that that part of the house was facing the sun. This is a free video of a professional. IT is free just take it and if you can make it better  go for it.

  • Doug Lethin

    Peter, we have discussed using the "SkyLift Hardware" for these types of covers, the unique "Flyover" design also works well in these applications.

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