Valley Flashing On A Metal Roof

 
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:08 PM   #1
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Valley Flashing On A Metal Roof


Does anyone know best practice on how to make the transition where the dormer valley meets the main roof when using metal "G-rib" roofing. Any pics would be helpful. Also I was helping another contractor put metal on this roof. He used 2x4 perlins and no fanfold directly under the metal. He said he will come back afterward and cut and staple the fanfold up. between the rafters. Will this keep it from condensating?
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