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Old 12-26-2016, 09:09 PM   #1
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Hi all, been a long while since it posted , so long I had to set up new login
So I have a question I am installing gran rib on a house we are building and it's has two dormers in the garage roof .my question is do any of you install full sheets up around dormer and tuck it under the vally flashing.I never do metel and when I do its usually strait runs. I see that fabral recommends cuting the sheet under dormer valley and then there is a lap seem on each side of dormer but I don't want to have a seem on the sides of dormer when all rest of sheets a full length
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Old 12-26-2016, 09:43 PM   #2
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Here is the best pict I have of garage dormers
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Youll need to split the sheets at the valley.
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+ 1 on splitting the sheets, just make sure you add a little extra length to those ones, don't just cut it out of a full sheet or you'll wind up short at the top.

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I think you should just wing it and hope it all comes out OK. Sounds like that's the plan.





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