- Why use roofing treads?
- What are the different types of wood used for roofing trenches?
- Where to put the fences of a roof?
The traditional structure of a roof is composed of several pieces of wood assembled to each other. Among them, back here on the stairs, their use and their installation.
Why use roofing treads?
The trenches of a roof are wood planks, mostly fir or poplar, rectangular. The stems can have a variable thickness (1.2 or 1.8 or 2.6 cm) and a variable width (from 10 to 30 cm approximately). Stairs are used for roof covering, in carpentry, to form what is called a joined deck. Nailed or screwed on the rafters, the attach and support the roof cover whatever material is chosen. Stairs replace in a few ways the battens. For roofs in metallic materials, such as zinc or copper, the stems offer a safer coverage base.
Placed together, the treads of a roof form what is called the voligeage. It is this planking which serves as a joined deck, in other words a main support for the different roofing materials. Voligration can also be used to support photovoltaic panels, gutters, etc.
What are the different types of wood used for roofing trenches?
The wood used for the roof of a roof must meet standards including its resistance: weather resistance, moisture resistance, etc. Similarly, some wood species are more suitable for use for roof covering than others. Are preferred, the essences of
Where to put the fences of a roof?
The roof battens are fixed horizontally on rafters (or purlins) or on metal profiles. The fixing is different according to the material on which the truss is fixed. It can be indeed fixed by nailing or screwing on the rafters, and by screwing only on metal.
Nailing and nailing on the roof is from the bottom to the top of the roof. This is what is called a cutaway pose.