My Dad did this where one roof was higher then the other. Dad was able to span 30" with 30" x 6' panels of fiberglass roofing with a light duty frame. The frame work was screwed to the fascia on the high roof under the edge of the roofing with it overlapping the fiberglass panel. On the lower side he had a real heavy duty gutter which he screwed the panel to the edge overlapping into the gutter.
This spanned between the garage & the house with a new concrete floor & both ends closed up with sliding glass doors. it made for a well lit passageway as well was a place for a small freezer & other items.
Of course you know that iif you have a heavy snow load this won't work
Last edited by Bart Leetch; 03-25-2009 at 05:29 AM.
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