MiScion Pty Ltd

T/A Roy Harrison & Associates

Specification: Timber Canopies, carports, pergolas and verandahs

Suggested Price: $10.00

Minimum Price: $5.00

Description

Price: as shown above

Description:

Specification for structural members for doubly pitched carports, pergolas and verandahs. It covers spans of 4.8m, 5.4m, 6m, 6,6m and 7.2m for wind classification N2,  and timber grade F7. The collar-tied rafters are at 1000mm spacing.

It extends on the Timber Development Association (TDA) Construction and Design Guide for Carports, Pergolas and Verandahs, which has a maximum span of 4.2m, with the rafters at 1200mm spacing. If seeking development approval then the TDA guide will generally lead to faster approvals, as it is typically held by councils and considered an approved document. {We are not associated with the TDA}

Builders and plan drafters seeking to  use this document on a regular basis, should consider getting it independently certified, in which case will need the design guide and calculations. Individuals seeking development approval will need to get their project documentation certified, by obtaining a Certificate of Structural Adequacy.

Document:

Is a read/print pdf file contained in a zip file. It is scanned from our original master printout, and then edited to replace sheet headers with our current contact details.

Subscription/License:

The document is a read/print pdf file, and remains usable after the 1 year subscription period. As the authors of the document we hold the copyright and choose to release under a creative commons attribution, non-commercial, no derivatives license. Subscribers/Licensees are thus free to share the document with their friends, however such friends will not receive nor have access to updates, nor will they have access to support. Support is by email, and comprises of clarification of meaning.  {NB: If want us to specify and be responsible for the size of structural sections for your canopy, then you will need to supply us with drawings and pay for the services associated with a certificate of structural adequacy.}


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