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Should I mark bungalows witb roof:level=0? Or should I omit the roof:levels tag? Bungalows only have 1 level. The one i am in has a pointed roof but there isn't really another level

asked 19 Jun '23, 21:34

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Hi, This page gives a good picture of building levels tagging:- https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:building:levels From it you should see a bungalow with a pitched roof would be tagged building:levels=1 (the ground floor), roof:levels=1 (the roof).

With regard to roof levels please see this page:- https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:roof:levels If an attic/roof serves as an accommodation level it's still tagged as a roof level.

Regards Bernard.

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answered 20 Jun '23, 07:45

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Thank you for the answer!

(20 Jun '23, 07:50) Ebruinsma
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