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Stratco Outback Sunroof Opening Roof Patio Louvre Profile

Louvre Details

  • Louvre Profile
  • Louvre Lapping Details

Structural Sections

  • 150mm Beam
  • Post | Purlin

Gable or curved units attached between a Sunroof unit and an existing structure

Gable or curved units which are attached between a Sunroof unit (excluding pergolas) and an existing house, are only to be considered attached if the gable or curved unit is attached to the existing house (C) for its full length (L) and the longest side of the combined unit (B) does not exceed twice the gable or curved unit length (L). The Sunroof unit in this case is considered attached. This style requires all columns to be embedded into footings.

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The unit is considered attached if: B = 2 L or less, and C = L

Gable or curved units attached to a Sunroof unit on one or both sides

Gable or curved units which are attached on one or both sides to Sunroof units, (excluding pergolas) must be attached to a house for at least 75% of the gable or curved opening length (O) to be considered attached. Sunroof units must be deemed attached as detailed in the Sunroof unit section below for the gable or curved unit to be considered attached.

The gable | curved unit is considered attached if: C = 0.75 of O or more

Gable or curved units are considered attached on both sides if both the Sunroof unit 1 and 2 comply with the attachment rules for Sunroof units as detailed below. Gable or curved units are considered attached on one side if only one Sunroof unit exists and it complies with the attachment rules for Sunroof units as detailed below.

Sunroof units

A patio or carport is deemed to be freestanding unless it is attached to an existing house (C) for at least 75% of the length of its shortest side (A), and its longest side (B) does not exceed twice the length of its shortest side.

Source: www.stratco.com.au