I am stuck for ideas on this one,there are many possibilies for a
fix however none suit me,I would like your opinion.
The building is a lean-to with a 25/25 roof which spans out to about 26
feet wide with a length of 15 feet.
Problem is that the end wall is doubling in on its self,originally I
though the whole thing had crept out from the lean-to and had caused
the wall the warp,but it is collapsing in the middle where the triangle
truss meets the wall frame.
On top of this the walls end wall with the problem and side walls are
constructed using 3x2inch uprights...lol.other wise a good strong brace
could have been cut into the normal 4x2in wall and truss to hold it
upright or try to.
The height of the roof is about 17 feet ,a fake ceil is one option
running a 15 foot bearer to push the wall out and adding a load bearing
wall at the lean to end,however would like to keep the high ceiling.
I have put truss bracing across the 25/25 roof near the top and lifted
the roof about an inch to fit the horizontal trusses and bolt them
in,but the end wall still dose take some weight to my dislike.
How can I keep this end wall straight even if it dose not carry much
Rebuild is out of the question.....don't ask about 3x2 walls and 21 1/2
in centers,it must have been an inside government job.
Thanks for any ideas