How to Shingle a Valley With 3-Tab - how to work with manufacturers to develop skin care products
Many families use 3-
Tab shingles as roof cover.
When there are two or more planes on the roof, each plane meets an adjacent plane in the hip or Valley;
The hips cover the outer corner, and the Valley covers the inner corner.
Because a Valley collects water from two roof planes, its wooden tile must be twice as high as the one on the roof plane above the valley must flow.
Roof workers fix the flashing material on the roof felt paper in the valley before installing 3-tab shingles.
The roof is not nailed 3-
In the center of the valley there is a tab tile flashing.
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The wide flashing material on the Valley, starting at the bottom of the valley, runs through the top of the valley to extend the flashing 12 inch.
Use a tool knife to cut the flashing material into a suitable size.
Put the shining material in the middle of the valley.
Fix the flashing material on the felt paper of the roof with 1-
Inch roof nails, push the nails with a hammer.
Place the nail 2 inch from the edge of the flashing material and place it up every 8 inch. Extend the 3-
The tab shingles on a plane on the roof is at least 12 inch m.
Make sure all 3-
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Inch roof nails, using local building codes as a guide to placement, in addition to wooden tiles covering flashing materials. Secure the 3-
Cover the tab shingles of the flashing material with 1-1
One-inch roof nails.
Keep your nails closest to the center of the Valley and at least 6 inch from the lowest point in the valley.
Extend all the wooden tiles on the second plane of the roof, except the wooden tiles covering the valley.
Fix each tile on the roof deck with 1-
Use local building codes as inch roof nails for Nail placement guides.
The wooden tiles of all the second roof planes covering the Valley will be laid in place.
Don't nail the wooden tile.
Spread chalk in chalk boxes along the center of the valley.
Tighten the line and take a line.
This line represents the center of the valley, covered with loose wooden tile labels.
Remove loose wooden tiles from the valley. Cut each 3-
Arrange by size with tool knife.
Use a knife along the chalk line on the tile label.
Once the chalk line disappears on the body of the wooden tile, align the knife at the top of the body of the wooden tile.
Cut all wooden tiles using the same method.
Cover each nail exposed in the Valley with roof cement and apply roof cement with a tro knife.
Make sure to cut 3-
Start at the bottom of the valley, work towards the top and attach the wooden tiles to the valley. Drive the 1-
The inch roof is nailed into the cut wood tile part that extends to the roof plane and the cut wood tile part of the valley is pressed into the roof cement.
Don't drive within 6 inch of the Valley Center.