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The shed system is an effective way of utilizing outdoor space while carefully storing material goods in a safe and efficient way. A steel deck roof provides adequate protection against snow, ice, rain and sun damage. The roof angle design allows rain to flow down easily and shields against harsh weather conditions. The system, including the column, roof arms, and rack arms, is painted Cogan. In order to account for local weather variances, Cogan cantilever roofs are always custom-manufactured for the specific system. The shed is available as an L-Shed or a T-shed. The L-Shed can be set up as a standalone single-sided column with the installation of back panels or set up flush against a wall. The T shed is a double-sided column with the roof extruding on both sides. The T-Shed is optimal for lumberyards. It allows for the easy storage of wood beams, plywood and any type of building materials. Items are clearly sorted and kept off the ground for fast access and inventory control. Protection from the elements means material will not warp or deteriorate from harsh weather conditions.

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The roof deck is made of galvanized steel which is screwed onto each wood beam with waterproof #8” x 1 ¾” hex head tek screw with a rubber seal. Each roof panel must overlap the previous one and must be screwed in accordingly. The shed must extend 6” from the edge of the rack arms for the T-shed.

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The roof top angle which is used for T-sheds is a thin metal flashing which provides a protective seal between the cantilever columns. The angle must overlap when using more than one length. It should be screwed every 24” with a tek screw. The roof is supported by 2” x 6” wood beams with varying length. When using continuous wood beam, the beam must be attached by bolting it diagonally. When joining 2 wood beams on the same bracket, center them in the bracket and bolt it twice. Align steel deck centered on the column.