How to Install Roof Beams to Support a Cathedral Ceiling | This Old House: Tom and Charlie Silva create a cathedral ceiling on the 3rd floor of the Cape Ann house.

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The Cape Ann house original roof was held up by a traditional truss system. The homeowners want to create a cathedral ceiling in this third-floor bonus room. Kevin O’Connor helps Tom and Charlie Silva install a beam system that will support the roof without the truss.

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