The bottom tile or slate of the roof covering should project at least half way into the gutter – the ideal distance is between half way and two thirds of the way over. Subsequently, question is, how much should a corrugated roof overhang? A typical metal roof overhang may be 2 to 4 inches, or even less.
How far should tiles overhang gutter?
Set the first batten at eaves to allow the tails of the eaves course tiles to overhang the fascia by 40 to 45mm, ie; just short of the centre of the gutter. Set the last batten at the ridge so that the ridge tiles will overlap the top course of tiles by at least 75mm.
How much should a roof overhang a gutter?
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Tiles should sit no more than halfway into the gutters otherwise rainfall has little or no chance to reach the gutters.
How far does guttering stick out?
A normal gutter will have about 1/2-3/4 of its width sticking out beyond the shingles to catch the runoff. No stickout means the water coming off the roof, especially in heavy rains when it is cascading off the roof rather than dripping, will totally miss the gutter and go straight off onto the ground.
How do you calculate tile batten spacing?
1 Measure distance between top of eaves batten and top of ridge batten. 2 Divide distance by maximum gauge of tile being used. 3 Round figure up to give number of courses up slope as a whole number. 4 Divide measured distance by number of courses to give batten gauge.
How much overhang should a roof have?
Two feet is the general maximum length for a typical roof overhang. This will protect a roof from most types of damage. Roof overhangs can extend farther than 2 feet, but beyond this length, they begin to lose structural integrity and require external support.
Can my Neighbours guttering overhangs my property?
It is a well established principle that you own the airspace above your land, so if your neighbour’s gutters overhang your land then they may be a trespass, even if you cannot reach them or they don’t interfere with the day to day use of your land.
How much overhang should be on a metal roof?
A typical metal roof overhang may be 2 to 4 inches, or even less. Some slight overhang is recommended, in conjunction with a drip edge flashing, to prevent water from getting under the roofing and onto underlying wood.
Can my Neighbour build right to my boundary?
In general, your neighbour only has the right to build up to the boundary line (line of junction) between the two properties but there are circumstances when they can legitimately build on your land. You can give consent for them to build a new party wall and foundations on your land.
How close can I build to my Neighbours boundary?
Single story extensions to the side of your property to be no more than four meters in height and no wider than half the original size of the property. For those building a double extension on their property, you cannot go closer than seven meters to the boundary.
Do Neighbours have a right to a view?
In law there is no right to a “view”. However, a recent case Dennis v Davies shows that if you have the benefit of a restrictive covenant against neighbouring land not to cause “nuisance or annoyance” then the “annoyance” factor can be used to protect a view.
What is the distance between roof battens?
Battens should be fixed to rafters set at centres not more than 600mm apart. They should span at least three rafters and be at least 1.2m long.
What is maximum tile gauge?
The vertical surface is to be covered with Russell Plain Tiles laid to a maximum gauge of 115mm. Each tile must be twice nailed using 38 x 2.65mm aluminium alloy nails as per fixing specification. 267.
How much Batten do I need for plain tiles?
For double-lap clay and concrete tiles, the correct timber batten size is 38x25mm. Single lap installations should use 38x25mm batten for 450mm joist spans and 50x25mm batten for 600mm joist spans. Slates should always be installed double lap.