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Recently, as we were finishing a small job, my client asked me if I would look at expanding his walk-in closet. Ron is an executive who travels a lot, and with all of his suits, shirts, ties, slacks, and jackets, he was constantly having to get dressed in three different bedrooms. When he showed me the proposed location of the closet, at first I didn't think he was serious. Peering through a small access hole at the rear of his existing closet into the void of an 8/12 truss roof attic, I explained that even if it was possible, it would probably not be cheap. "Still," he said, "let's see what we