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How can I manually create a large shed dormer roof in my plan?

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This article will walk you step-by-step through creating a basic plan with a manually drawn shed dormer. Once you have completed the tutorial, you can take this information and then apply it to your own designs.

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To create the basic structure

  1. Begin by creating a basic 40'' structure on Floor 1.

  2. Using the Select Objects tool, select the 30'' walls are marked as Full Gable Walls.

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Once you have done this, you are ready to create the second  story where the manually drawn shed dormer will be created.

10x20 lean to shed planshow to 10x20 lean to shed plans for To create the second floor

  1. Select Build> Floor> Build New Floor , choose to Derive new 2nd floor plan from the 1st floor plan and click OK to display the Floor 2 Defaults dialog.

  2. Without making any changes, click OK in the Floor 2 Defaults dialog to generate your second floor, based on the walls from Floor 1.

Now you are ready to create the knee walls in your plan.

Knee Walls are a bit like Attic Walls in that they are not meant to generate to full ceiling height. Instead, they build upward until they encounter a roof plane. Unlike Attic Walls, however, Knee Walls are used in the interior of a structure, typically to separate unused areas from rooms on the upper floor of a story-and-a-half structure.

Home Designer will not specify walls as Knee Walls automatically. So, if an interior wall is drawn in a location where the roof is lower than the ceiling height, you should specify it as a Knee Wall in the Wall Specification dialog.

To create the knee walls

  1. Select Build> Wall> Straight Interior Wall  then click and drag out two interior walls, as shown in the image below.

    • For the purposes of this example, the interior walls were created 5''s height to accommodate the roof height.

      If you are using Home Designer Pro, place a check mark in the "" option at this time. Whenever you want to regenerate the roof planes after making changes to roof directives it is necessary to place a check mark in this setting, unless you have the Auto Rebuild Roofs setting turned on.

  • Next, select 3D> Create Camera View> Full Overview  or Full Camera  if you are using Home Designer Interiors to create a 3D camera view.

  • Select Window> Tile Vertically  so that you can see both your 3D Camera view side by side with your 2D floor plan view.

  • In floor plan, select each of the knee wall segments related to the dormer and move them back so that they are in alignment with the ceiling plane.

  • Next, take another look at the 3D view to see that the gaps have closed.