Nov 12, 2019 8:51 am
The home 30 sq that I like is just fitting in the lot of land I have.
The builder says they will need to trim the eaves of the home from the back (highlighted) if I need this home on my land.
I can otherwise choose a smaller 28sq home which will fit including standard eaves.
Is there a issue with the home with smaller eves at the back. Will it cause a big difference ?
Re: Trim the eaves or get a smaller home2
Nov 12, 2019 9:34 am
Depends on your location and orientation. Eaves are definitely beneficial for keeping the sun off your walls and keeping windows shaded for longer periods of time.
What is your location and where is north?
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