I'm in the process of building a 14x16 tiny house with a lean-to/skillion slanted roof. I have the walls built, front wall is 12', back wall is 8'. I'm doing things a little different because I don't want an overhang in the front. I have scrap cuts of 2 by 4s attached to the sides of the studs on the tall side to hook the joist hangers to
My plan is to kerf/put a slit in the roof rafters so that they will sit flush on 90 degree joist hangers
My question is: Will this be structurally sound ?
It's such a small roof so I feel like it will be fine but I'd like to get some second opinions on this since it's not really the typical way to do these kind of slanted roofs.