U I L D I N G S
Copyrighted Bradley Buildings 2005
|ATTIC TRUSS ELEVATION:
Cambridge was structurally engineered with a wide 20' room. There is a built-in web truss for the floor which adds
greatly to the strength of the building. The truss members are spaced
16" on center which is desired for a floor that doesn't give.
Moreover, there is a web truss at the top to tie everything together. The top triangle is added on the site; otherwise, the
trusses would be too wide to deliver. The floor features the Bradley
Silent Floor System: tongue and groove OSB flooring glued and nailed.
Access is by either a staircase or pull-down stairs.
This system has been copyrighted by Bradley and may not be used without permission.
|UPSTAIRS ELEVATION: The photo affords a better look at the 20' wide room. Air conditioning ductwork may be run through the 2'x5' dead space in the walls. Although not shown, a 42"x6' closet may be built over the stairwell (add $250.00).|
|STAIR ELEVATION: The stairs are 42" in width and begin 4' from the end wall. This may be flipped if desired. You have a choice of a stairwell or rail and balusters. The top 36" wall could either be open or drywalled.|
|STAIRWELL ELEVATION: The 42" staircase/stairwell allows 6' wide doors beneath. Pricing includes framing out the doors, if so desired; however, the interior doors are not includes. These are installed once the drywall is up.|
|UPSTAIRS ELEVATION: The floor space
is 20' wide. Two feet on either side are used to support the truss
system. This is a good area to run A/C ducting, etc. The trusses are
16" OC which adds to the strength of both the floor and roof