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STRUCTURAL STEEL ROOF
STEEL STRUCTURAL SECTION
OPEN WEB ROOF JOISTS
STEEL RIGID FRAME
FLAT ROOF WITH PARAPETS
FLAT ROOF SECTION
PARAPET WALL SECTIONS
ROOF WATER CONTROL
GABLE ROOF SECTION
HIP ROOF FRAMING
HIP ROOF – COMMON AND HIP RAFTERS
FRAMING SQUARE - RAFTER
FRAMING SQUARE – HIP RAFTER
GAMBREL ROOF FRAMING
FLAT ROOF FRAMING
RAFTER ON TOP PLATE
RAFTER ON ATTIC FLOOR JOIST
WOOD TRUSS RAFTERS
TRUSS WITH SOFFITED EAVE
TRUSS WITH OVERHANGING EAVE
METAL ROOF SEAMS
CORRUGATED METAL ROOF
PARAPET WALL SECTION
COMPOSITION SHINGLE ROOF SLOPES
CORRUGATED ROOF FASTENERS
CORRUGATED METAL ROOF
CORRUGATED ROOF PATTERNS
CORRUGATED ROOF RIDGE
LOW PARAPET COPING
MASONRY PARAPET FLASHING
METAL ROOF SEAM TYPES
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