Topic: Re: Estimating building size from list of materials
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I believe I would start over and build a building the size you need. It also appears he didn't plan to have the peak of the roof high enough. At mininimum you should rise 1" for every foot long so if the building is just under 30' wide some of the brown panels should have been at least 13'-4" for the ends. Assuming the panels are 3' wide, 27 pieces of 12'-1" would make two walls 40' for the front and back. I would guess the building would be 29'x40' but it doesn't quite add up. You would have some galvanized left over but need to purchase some more brown. By the way if you use the fiberglass skylights they are real nice however in damp weather condensation forms on the panels and drips. This will also occur with the galvanized if you don't use insulation on the ceiling.
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