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What we describe here is the roof system that goes on most houses except the very high end such as real clay tile or cement tile, a few asphalt shingle roofs and the Nipa or sheet steel roofs of the ordinary “bahay” – native house. See THIS POST We have drawn some conclusions from Typhoon Yolanda damage in Tacloban, including ways that our roof could be made more typhoon resistant. Steel trusses of various designs rise from the topmost concrete roof beam.The trusses are welded to stubs of rebar protruding through and well anchored in the concrete roof beam. See comments below) The trusses are almost always welded-up on-site and then primed.Here you see four 12mm rebar wrapped around the truss and welded in place.
Finally, I learned to buy cheap brushes which could be discarded.At the eves they can be welded across the rafter tails.The facia frame is the structural heart of the Philippine roof cornice system. It shows the scalloped prefabricated steel facia, the prefab gutter attached to the facia and the red oxide primed purlins supporting the unpainted galvanized roofing.What we’ve learned about roofing systems, roof trusses, roofing materials and cost of roofing in the Philippines as part of our house building project.Roofing systems have become very standardized in the Philippines.