Front porch roof – A note and spent wood roof is an ideal material for a porch; It clears at the same time as a firm, weather-resistant surface. The principle behind the tongue and groove roof planks is the same as for spun flooring: The discs fit in with special milling on the sides. Roof planks are usually made of lighter wood (because they do not need to support weight), and they are usually installed in full-length pieces instead of displaced shorter pieces. They can be colored at the end, but painting is more weather resistant.
How to install a tongue and groove on front porch roof. Measure the veranda roof from beginning to end, perpendicular to the direction of roof beams. Transfer the measurement to a roof plank; mark it with your pen. Cut the shelf to the size of your saw blade. Hold the shelf on the roof, with the ribbed side facing the starting wall and the length of the board running perpendicular to the rules. Leave 1/4 inch space between the edge of the board and the wall, allowing the wood to expand with climate change. Use your trim nail gun to drop two nails through the face of the board at each point where it crosses a rule.
Measure and cut for your second program. Touch it towards the side of the first plank, unlocking them by their beveled edges. Secure the board by pushing a nail through the side of the board with an upward angle at each point where the board crosses a rule. Repeat the process for each of the other planks, work through the roof. Length-cut your last passed on a table saw to fit, if needed. Install front porch roof trim around the perimeter of the ceiling, using your saw and trim the nail gun. And also use eyes to protect when cutting your planks.