So thinking about building a garden room - iw as planning on just making it from timber and insulation board on a concrete slab, however i have a bunch of themalite blocks leftover from our extension
As they are so light and will be holding the same load as if it was just made from...
I am at the roof stage with my extension - Roof joists are in and i am just after some advice about how the warm roof terminates into the gutter and how it goes across the wall thresh hold
I have put some images together of my thoughts, maybe they will all work but just wanted some...
Yeah the steel beam is probably overkill it's 254x102x22 beam so will be fine. BC is happy with it going on the steal or the timber
Timers 2x8s and the the room is 3.05m by 3.9m so it's not a massive span
Firstly thanks for getting back to me.
So the red is brick wall, the blue is the steel.
So the timber spans the width of the extension and sits on the two outside walls. So I guess I don't need to even bolt the timber into the steel?
I thought it would just give some extra strength
Yeah if its sitting on the brick work then thats taking most of the weight - the bolts into wall would just be extra security
Well the building control would never ask for more less than 400mm so going with that is a safest bet - however 800 centre is enough i would say
Anchor resin is good...
I am doing a single story extension with a flat roof. I have the Steel beam above the opening for the bifold doors (2.8m steel with 2.4m opening)
The timber joists for the floor are let into the wall either side back and front and then i am going to joist hang the and timber the...