Rafters

Series of structural timbers rising from eaves to ridge to support pitched roof covering
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Rafters

A sloping roof beam that generally runs from eave to ridge. Most roof elements are generally pre-fabricated trusses but rafters are used for infilling and for other areas where prefabrication is not practical. This term can also be applied to the principal rafter of a truss
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Rafters

The main structural timbers in a roof. are called principal rafters. The ones which fill gaps between are the common rafters.
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Rafters

The inclined, sloping framing members of a roof, and to which the roof covering is affixed.
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rafters

The wooden structural support beams for a roof, sometimes visible on the exterior for certain building types and styles.
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Rafters

The main structural timbers in a roof. are called principal rafters. The ones which fill gaps between are the common rafters.
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Rafters

The timbers carrying the coverings of a roof.
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