how to build a porch with a pitched roof

may 1, 2009 , when i visit a house to sell a job, i measure carefully and pay attention to architectural details such as wall features and trim, roof pitches, windows, doors, and fireplaces. for example, if there's a 12-on-12 gable near the planned porch, i'll mirror that pitch with the porch roof, if possible (figure 1). i might also, Free Sample

hello, all! thanks for clicking on my post. we (my lovely lady and i) are set on building a porch roof (and potentially screening it in) on the back of our home. with the roof on the home lacking much pitch, doing a "gable tie-in" construction method doesn't seem to be an option (unfortuna, Free Sample

while looks are important, you want to make sure that the materials fit the structure. since my patio cover was going to have a slight slope, shingles were out. a tar roof would work, but it would be heavy smell like a bp oil spill. i decided on corrugated metal roofing because it's resistant to high winds, is light, Free Sample