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Jezzdit

flat roof prolly not the best idea if not tarped


Dumbspirospero

Even with a tarp, it won't shed water well at all


Hugebluestrapon

I approve


Visionquestoutdoors

Is it comfy?


Americanducks123

Yea


Movadius

Flat roof is a bad idea if you live anywhere that it rains or snows. It will not shed water or snow and will inevitably leak or collapse. If you want to keep it simple, just make one of the walls about 2 feet taller so your roof has some slope to it.


Wonder-Little

Or you could put a tarp over it at an angle, so that you don’t need to recut those sticks.


Movadius

As long as it doesnt get too windy that can work temporarily. Long term, the roof is going to absorb moisture and sag whenever there isnt a tarp over it... And in my experience leaving the tarp up in the elements leads to holes in the tarp or fraying pretty quickly.


Wonder-Little

Thank for your input I appreciate these comments


Americanducks123

yea that wass my idea


Wonder-Little

Hope it works out for you 🙂


Americanducks123

It has a accessable roof is that good or should it something else.


PapadinDanse

Is the roof flat?


Americanducks123

Yes


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