SAMARA- A model redone

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John
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Tom
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First time I think I've noticed that the ceiling is not wood. Funny.
Wonder how the heat works through the carpet?

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John- I have done 4 to 5 I think at least.
Price Tower is still a work in progress, and that one has been a hard one to tackle.

Tom the heat works just fine from what I hear.
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5" thickness for a light deck is possible; roof deck would be a minimum of two stacked 2x4 = 7 to 8 inches, plus ceiling or soffit panel, roof sheathing, and roof cover.

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Post by Jeff Myers »

SDR I have a drawing of the fascia and 8" tall (with a 1/2" overhang) but inside 5" for light deck. I just went back to the drawing to clarify.
Also the board and batten is capped at the top with a 1/2" mahogany moulding.
The home also has some neat towel racks.
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