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Conical structures will also provide emergency shelter and while they are a bit more difficult to create can be made from items easily located. Branches, sticks, lumber and pipe are all materials that can be used to construct a conical shelter. Arrange your support material in a circular motion. Starting with two poles on each side, prop them up so that they help support each other. Add two more on the opposite side.
The bottom of the truss rests on and reaches from wall to wall. The truss top chord typically rests on the bottom chord. The two chords are attached to each other using a gusset.
When you are dealing with an angle, there are few options. Anything that you place there will have long sides with limited access. Many people choose to turn corners into play areas for their children. Many more will turn a boring angle into a garden or other feature. However, a much better use of this space would be to install a corner garden shed.
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