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    mikeboothPosted new reply in Roofing3/1/2013, 1:24 PM

    The lower should be under the upper metal. There is a piece the make transition. It is called pitch break. When installed you use either a Z closure or outside closure to seal t...

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    mikeboothPosted new reply in Roofing8/21/2011, 4:22 PM

    Most metal roofing suppliers allow for a 3/12 pitch. Depends on the mfg., some allow to a 1/4" to 12" rise. I mostly use Metal Sales and Met tile. All roofing suppliers should t...

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    mikeboothPosted new reply in Construction10/4/2010, 6:41 AM

    The min. slope depends on the profile. A general rule is 3/12 for most metal roofs. Some as as little as 1/4" in 12". Contact your supplier and they should be able to get you th...

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