I need some help. I have been putting up some roof trusses. And I have them all finished. And the sheathing is on the roof and walls. I talked to my local building department and that said. That the roof sheathing is enough bracing. For the trusses. But I would like to put more bracing. A lot more. How can I find the angle from my gable wall to my first inboard truss. I know in a perfect world, put a 2x up there longer then what I need. Position it, and mark it and cut it off. But as I said my sheathing is in the way. I tried a bevel won’t work. How can I calculate the angle. Thanks Hat
By connecting the home to the detached garage, the architects of this hillside home made space for a home office and guest area.
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