February 15, 2018
When I have a room that has a footprint of 300 sq ft and it has a sloped ceiling that renders only part of that foot print would qualify as a habital space like a sleeping area. Do i have to build a wall to separate the area that does not qualify as habital space, or do i just use the whole space because the portion of the foot print qualifies as habital space and have no separation ?
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