Roof Framing – Module ID 27112

Roof Framing – Module ID 27112

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Module ID 27112-13 Describes types of roofs and provides instructions for laying out rafters for gable roofs, hip roofs, and valley intersections. Covers stick-built and truss-built roofs. Includes the basics of roof sheathing installation.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 – Identify the components of ceiling framing.

  • Describe the correct procedure for laying out ceiling joists.
  • Describe how to cut and install ceiling joists on a wood frame building.
  • Describe how to estimate the number of ceiling joists required for a building.

Learning Objective 2 – Identify common types of roofs used in residential construction.

Learning Objective 3 – Identify the components and define the terms associated with roof framing.

  • Identify the two types of dormers.
  • Describe how to use a framing square and a Speed Square™ for roof framing.

Learning Objective 4 – Describe the methods used to lay out a common rafter.

  • Explain how to lay out rafter locations.
  • Describe how to determine the length of a common rafter.
  • Explain the correct procedure for laying out and cutting a common rafter.

Learning Objective 5 – Describe how to erect a gable roof.

  • Describe how to install rafters.

Learning Objective 6 – Describe how to frame a basic gable end wall.

  • Describe how to frame a gable overhang.
  • Explain how to frame an opening in a roof.

Learning Objective 7 – Recognize the use of trusses in basic roof framing.

  • Identify the various types and components of trusses.
  • Identify the basics of truss installation.
  • Identify the basics of truss bracing.

Learning Objective 8 – Describe the basics of roof sheathing installation. Learning Objective 9 • Describe how to perform a material takeoff for a roof.

  • Determine the materials needed for a gable roof.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 (Learning Objective 1): Lay out ceiling joists.

Performance Task 2 (Learning Objective 1): Cut and install ceiling joists for a wood frame building.

Performance Task 3 (Learning Objective 1): Estimate the number of ceiling joists required for a building.

Performance Task 4 (Learning Objective 4): Lay out common roof rafters.

Performance Task 5 (Learning Objective 5): Cut and install roof rafters for a gable roof.

Performance Task 6 (Learning Objective 6): Frame a gable end wall.

Performance Task 7 (Learning Objective 7): Erect a gable roof using trusses.

Performance Task 8 (Learning Objective 8): Sheath a gable roof with an opening.

Performance Task 9 (Learning Objective 9): Perform a material takeoff for a roof

Course Sessipons

Session One, introduces ceiling components and laying out ceiling joists.

1. Show Session One PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Provide an overview of the module.

3. Discuss roof trusses.

4. Explain the purposes of ceiling joists.

5. Explain how to lay out and splice ceiling joists.

Session Two, introduces cutting, installing, and estimating ceiling joists.

1. Show Session Two PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Explain how to cut ceiling joists to the proper length.

3. Discuss and demonstrate ribbands and stongbacks.

4. Explain how to estimate the amount of lumber needed for ceiling joists.

Session Three, introduces types of roofs, roof framing components, and roof layout terminology.

1. Show Session Three PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Describe the most common types of roofs used for residential construction.

3. Identify and describe roof framing components.

4. Define terminology related to roof layout.

5. Discuss dormers.

Session Four, introduces rafter framing tools.

1. Show Session Four PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Describe a rafter square and how to use one.

3. Describe the Speed Square™ and how to use it.

Session Five, introduces laying out rafter locations and determining rafter lengths.

1. Show Session Five PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Demonstrate how to make tail cuts and plumb cuts on rafters.

3. Explain the steps of laying out rafter locations.

4. Explain the steps of determining the required length of a rafter.

Session Six, introduces two procedures for laying out and cutting common rafters.

1. Show Session Six PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Explain the rafter square method.

3. Explain the Speed Square™ method

Session Seven, introduces the procedure for laying out and erecting hips and valleys.

1. Show Session Seven PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Provide an overview for laying out and erecting hips and valleys.

3. Review the procedure for finding the length of a hip rafter using a rafter square.

4. Review the procedure for laying out a hip rafter.

5. Review the procedure for laying out a hip jack rafter using a rafter square.

6. Review the procedure for laying out a hip rafter using a Speed Square™.

Session Eight, introduces installing rafters for a gable roof.

1. Show Session Eight PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Explain the procedure for installing rafters in a gable roof.

Session Nine, introduces the procedure for framing an opening in a roof.

1. Show Session Nine PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Explain the procedure for framing an opening in a roof.

Session Ten, introduces double headers and double trimmer rafters.

1. Show Session Ten PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Review the purpose and use of temporary bracing. 27112-13 Ceiling Joist and Roof Framing Module Seven v

3. Discuss the use of double headers and double trimmer rafters when framing an opening in a roof.

Session Eleven, introduces how to frame a gable end wall.

1. Show Session Eleven PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Review the necessity for venting when constructing attics.

3. Explain the method of framing a gable end opening.

Session Twelve, introduces the framing of a gable overhang.

1. Show Session Twelve PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Discuss gable overhangs.

3. Review the two methods for framing a gable overhang.

Session Thirteen, introduces the use of trusses in roof framing.

1. Show Session Thirteen PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Present an overview of roof trusses.

3. Discuss the use of trusses in residential and commercial construction.

4. Discuss the advantages of prefabricated trusses.

5.Describe types of trusses.

6. Discuss the handling of trusses

Session Fourteen, introduces the installation of trusses.

1. Show Session Fourteen PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Discuss the safety issues associated with installing trusses.

3. Review the use of framing plans.

4. Discuss the purpose of girders.

Session Fifteen, introduces the bracing of trusses.

1. Show Session Fifteen PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Discuss permanent and temporary truss bracing.

3. Discuss the use of prefabricated metal trusses.

Session Sixteen, introduces the basics of roof sheathing installation.

1. Show Session Sixteen PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Provide an overview of sheathing, including purpose, common materials, and application process.

3. Discuss underlayments and metal drip edges.

Session Seventeen, introduces roof sheathing.

1. Show Session Seventeen PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Discuss the importance of ensuring that the rafters are the same length before installing the sheathing.

3. Review all safety precautions required when installing sheathing on a sloping roof and when working around roof openings.

4. Discuss felt underlayment.

Session Eighteen, covers estimating amounts of materials needed for a gable roof.

1. Show Session Eighteen PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Provide an overview of the estimating process.

3. Describe the components of a material takeoff.

4. Explain the steps of estimating the amount of lumber needed for rafters on a gable roof.

5. Explain the steps of estimating the amount of lumber needed for the ridgeboard on a gable roof.

6. Explain the steps of estimating the number of sheathing panels needed for a gable roof.

Session Nineteen, is a review and testing session.

Have trainees complete the module Review Questions and Trade Terms Quiz. (Alternatively, these may be assigned as homework at the end of Session Eighteen.) Answer any questions that trainees may have.

1. Have trainees complete the Module Examination. Any outstanding performance testing must be completed during this session.

2. Record the testing results on NCCER National Registry, and submit the report to your Training Program Sponsor.

Book Index

1.0.0   Ceiling Components

1.1.0   Laying Out, Cutting, and Instgalling Ceiling Joist

1.1.1   Laying Out Ceiling Joists

1.1.2   Cutting and Installing Ceiling Joists

1.2.0   Estimating Ceiling Materials

1.2.1   Ceiling Joists

1.0.0   Section Review

2.0.0   Common Roof Types and Components

2.1.0   Residential roof Types

2.2.0   Roof Framing Components

2.2.1   Roof components

2.2.2   Dormers

2.0.0   Section Review

3.0.0   Laying Out and Cutting Common Rafters

3.1.0   Rafter Locations and Length

3.1.1 Laying Out Rafter Locations

3.1.2   Using Squares

3.1.3   Simple Rafter Length Calculations

3.1.4   Rafter Square Method

3.0.0   Section Review

4.0.0   Erecting and Sheathing Gable Roofs

4.1.0   Installing rafters and Framing a Roof Opening

4.1.1    Installing Rafters

4.1.2   Framing an Opening in the Roof

4.1.3   Framing Gable Ends

4.1.4   Gable Endwall Support

4.1.5   Framing a Gable Overhang

4.2.0   Roof Sheathing

4.2.1   Applying Sheathing

4.3.0   Estimating Materials Neded for a Gable Roof

4.3.1   Estimating Rafters

4.3.2   Estimating Ridgeboards

4.3.3   Estimating Sheathing

4.0.0 Section Review

5.0.0   Roof Trusses

5.1.0   Truss Constructin and Installation

5.1.1   Truss Composition

5.1.2   Truss Installation

5.1.3   Bracing Roof Trusses

5.1.4   Steel Truss Framing for Roofs

5.0.0   Stection Review

Module 27112 Review Questions

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