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    My park inspired grill cover

    I got tired of storing the grill in the garage and decided to build a grill shelter. It isn't terribly complicated, but it had its challenges (for me). Especially when it came to the metal roof.

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    This was the first real use of the tsc auger. Set the 4 posts and got it to this point in an afternoon.

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    Rafter templates made.

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    Rafters up.

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    Braced up.

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    Purlins.

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    Roof!

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    Ridge.

    It's been a fun project. I'm not a builder. What did I miss? Do I need blocking in the rafters? I can sit up there and it feels solid to me. I'm going to stain the non pressure treated stuff that has some exposure and a few other things. I plan on using propane lamps for light furthering the park feel of it.
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    That looks fantastic! Nice job Bubber!
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    Really nice!! You will certainly enjoy that! And grilling season is at hand!
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    Nice work!!
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    Looks really nice.
    No snow load, metal roof. I would say no blocking is needed.
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    Nice work and a great idea. Seems like lately I've been grilling in the rain too often.
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    Great job.

    So when is the party?
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    Thanks everyone, it was a fun project. I'm already planning an implement shed.

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    So when is the party?
    We've lived here 3 years and haven't had the house warming party yet, so I'm guessing 2018 for the party for this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    I'm already planning an implement shed.
    If you think you need more practice, I have the perfect spot. Just Sayin!
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    I like that. Nice and clean.
    In my polebarn and wood shed I have angled braces that go from the corner to the peak diagonally across the end few rafters. Is anything needed on something like this grill cover? I have no idea. The cover may be small enough that they aren't required. And of course, I tend to overbuild things.
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