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Lining out a steel framed loft, not the floor, the sides.

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Morrisman, 15 Sep 2011.

  1. Morrisman

    Morrisman

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    We're building a house, and the roof is to be tile-effect steel sheeting on an angle iron truss steel frame.

    I'd like to line it out with 3/8" plywood sheet, varnished and made to look pretty, as it will be used for living space/tv room/bedrooms maybe.

    So, any suggestions how to do it? It is a bit of a convoluted awkward shape, so should I secure wooden battens and screw the plywood to that. Or is there a better way?

    It is not in the UK, so no worry about planning permission, 'code', damp, snow, frost etc. :D

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    This will be the overall shape of the final roof, apart from the flat bit on the top is now pitched.

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