Four Seasons Shadestr Hybrid Solid Monoslope Roof (MPS 18-6138)

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Description

This certification is applicable to Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows Shadestr Hybrid Solid Monoslope Roof. It is sold as an engineered sealed plan and meets the requirements of the structural wind integrity per the Florida Building Code (for Florida) using ASCE 7-10 and International Building Code (for states other than Florida) using ASCE 7-10. Use it in conjunction with your other approved documents to obtain a building permit.

This certification is generic and installations beyond this scope or site specific applications shall require custom engineering that can be performed by Engineering Express. Click here to request a quote.

For states not listed here, please contact us.


For variations of this plan, click here - select 'Revision To One Of Our Projects' when asked, & reference the MPS SKU number listed herein.

Additional information

Weight 0.96 oz
Dimensions 0.0135 x 11 x 17 in
Plan Format

Digitally Sealed File, Sealed Hardcopy

Plan Type

Manufacturer Plans, Master Plan Sheets (MPS)

Material

Aluminum

Plan Designer

Engineering Express

Brand

Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows

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How do I tell if my building/enclosure is considered “partially enclosed”?

A building is considered "Partially Enclosed” if it complies with both of the following conditions (ASCE 7-10, Section 26.2, “BUILDING, PARTIALLY ENCLOSED”):
  1. the total area of openings in a wall that receives positive external pressure exceeds the sum of the areas of openings in the balance of the building envelope (walls and roof) by more than 10%, AND
  2. the total area of openings in a wall that receives positive external pressure exceeds 4 ft2 (0.37 m2) or 1% of the area of that wall, whichever is smaller, and the percentage of openings in the balance of the building envelope does not exceed 20%
  IF EITHER IS NOT TRUE, THE ENCLOSURE BY DEFINITION IS NOT PARTIALLY ENCLOSED.   On occasion, building officials will assume a building originally designed as enclosed to be partially enclosed if storm shutters are not provided, which is a conservative worst-case approach, but is defendable by the fact that there is no written code provision for this and the structure won't meet the above definition. Also, everything needs to be designed for partially enclosed, roof, connections, walls, foundation, beams, columns, etc. A building won't stand if only 1 part of it is designed as partially enclosed and not the rest.   Another way to view the two conditions above is as expressed by the following equations:
  1. Ao > 1.10Aoi
  2. Ao > 4 ft2 (0.37 m2) or > 0.01Ag, whichever is smaller, and Aoi/Agi ≤ 0.20
  where Ao = total area of openings in a wall that receives positive external pressure, in ft2 (m2) Ag = the gross area of that wall in which Ao is identified, in ft2 (m2) Aoi = the sum of the areas of openings in the building envelope (walls and roof) not including Ao, in ft2 (m2) Agi = the sum of the gross surface areas of the building envelope (walls and roof) not including Ag, in ft2 (m2)   EXAMPLE: Partially Enclosed   However, a building that meets both the “open” and “partially enclosed” definitions should be considered “open” (ASCE 7-10, Section C26.2, “BUILDING, ENCLOSED; BUILDING OPEN; BUILDING PARTIALLY ENCLOSED”).   See also "Enclosed Building" and "Open Building"
 

Job Submittal Checklist For Screened Enclosures, Open, & Enclosed Patios

Engineering Express provides signed & sealed design plans for various types of screened enclosures, sun rooms, & open / enclosed patios attached to a main residence or freestanding.   Please review the checklist below & make sure you complete all necessary steps before submitting your sketch1,2.
 

CHECKLIST

Please submit a sketch1 showing all the information indicated below.   The following applies to Screened Enclosures, Sun Rooms, & Open / Enclosed Patios:
  1. If applicable, show roof type, dimensions (depth, skin thickness, etc.), & product approval number
  2. Show structure height
  3. Show overall dimensions (length & width)
  4. Show column/post spacing
  5. Describe columns/posts & inserts if applicable, including dimensions, thickness, & material type
  6. If applicable, describe host structure type
  7. Describe foundation type
  8.  
    The following applies to Screened Enclosures, Sun Rooms & Enclosed Patios:
  9. If applicable, show windows, doors, including locations, dimensions, & product approval number
  10. If applicable, describe chair rail, including dimensions, thickness, material type, & height from ground
  11. If applicable, show kick plate, including height
  12.  
    The following applies only to Open Patios:
  13. Describe carry beam & inserts (if applicable), including dimensions, thickness, & material type
 
 
Click here to download the sample sketch shown below.
2 To submit your sketch on our FLORIDA template, please click here to download it.