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Hipped roofs A number of members have contributed to this discussion. David Cuntrell writes from Norfolk: I am frequently faced with assessing the overall stability of hipped end conservatories, constructed in a variety of materials. These are often built or proposed with few or nonexistent eaves ties and bracing. This usually results in the design of rigid joints for the eaves ring-beam, to-make the structure ‘work’ (a difficult task when using small timber section sizes!).