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#1 posted 06-09-2016 01:26 AM

It won t be attached to a house, but close enough that that I worry that water on one side of the peaked roof would be directed at the house s foundation.

Would I just use bird mouths on the high beam, too?

- Tony1212

Direct the runoff away from the house.

Yes, use bird’s mouths for both beams. Why not?

I +1 using long stainless screws to fasten the rafters to the beams.

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