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Revit Doubts

Revit Doubts

Revit Doubts

Good morning, I am making a single-family house in Revit, the Autodesk program. I am in the roof of the house, this is a flat roof with L shape. The problem comes when I want to give a small slope to the roof so that the rainwater can evacuate and not stay there stagnant. I don't see the option to do it anywhere, I'm doing it with the 2020 version, I hope someone can help me, thank you!!bigears

RE: Revit Doubts

Good afternoon Manuelato032, in my first years of work I had a similar problem, I spent days looking for the solution and finally I found it. What you have to do to make a flat roof with slope is first select to make a conventional roof and then in the features box you have the option to change the slope, there you can select the slope you need for your flat roof. I hope this helps.

RE: Revit Doubts

Thank you very much, I'll try it tomorrow as I don't have the time right now. Thanks again!peace

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