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    Shed roof relining

    Wondering if any of you builder types could tell me if this is dumb or not?

    I'm going to re-roof my small shitty shed and currently it isnt lined with anything. However I want to line it so I can paint it a bright colour so I can see in there... I also want the rafters free to hang shit off you see an issue with putting a ply wood lining just below the paper? So on top of the purloins or whatever. From the top it would go, Iron, Paper, Ply, Framing, Beer shed and trophy room etc...

    Am I going to create condensation issues or something?
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    That's exactly how our builder did it in our 1000sq m building

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    Although we don't have a trophy room.....

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    1000sqm is a big beer shed
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    Lol. I wish. Blueberries!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiB View Post
    Although we don't have a trophy room.....
    It doesn't take much t fit a few Ruahine trophies into...
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    Remove iron ,paper,purlins then ply over roof joists,purlins,new paper with strapping or galv netting then iron.Ply could be prepainted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PillowDribbler View Post
    Remove iron ,paper,purlins then ply over roof joists,purlins,new paper with strapping or galv netting then iron.Ply could be prepainted.
    Thanks. SoI would still need tape or netting then?

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    Yep,to prevent droop in the roofing paper,could use synthetic string or that blue strapping tape anything like that.

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    If you can afford the ply then lining the whole thing with ply would be a great idea as it would stiffen the whole thing up and stop dents in your corrugated iron when some dickhead doesn't walk on the nail line like they should

    From the top- iron. paper, ply, rafters

    You could prepaint the ply white on the ground before putting it up if you wanted or get an airless sprayer from the inside when it is up
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    Hey Wildman, get arse down to ya local ITM...they sell cover sheets of ply at reasonable prices...perfect for what you want....hope that helps, probly Carters and others might do the same....cheers from here

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    carters have a deal on ply at the moment
    "ars longa, vita brevis"

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    Just got a bunch of ply for refacing baffles and walls at pistol club and Plyguy on Tardme was the cheapest by about a third - same delivery price for one or multiple sheets, a good deal

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    Or just use white building paper, instead of the ply.
    Worked well on the toilet block we built.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruger View Post
    Or just use white building paper, instead of the ply.
    Worked well on the toilet block we built.
    Oh yeah that's not a bad idea...

    Thanks guys I'll sort the tin first and prob talk to the plyguy, sends to have okay deals...

 

 

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