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    I'm looking at this weave and seeing that it is woven too high from the valley. Is that what you see or am I see ing things?

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    Looks like intersection of two different pitches. The valley should have been open or cut design.


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    I am seeing that the top two rows of weave were not staggered properly and threw it all off. I agree that an open or cut valley would have been the way to go. This is new consrtuction by the way. I recommended repairs.


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    The weave goes from the bottom up and the top being off is a result of not being a 45deg. angle.

    Re due of the valley is the correct thing to do IMO.


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    Default Re: weave

    What are the consequences of not redoing the valley?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Errickson View Post
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    What are the consequences of not redoing the valley?
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    If they not Installed Per Manufactures Installation Instructions ( and they are not ) it Voids the Warranty.
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    More Prone to Damage from Wind Lift.
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    Gaps under the shingles will collect windblown debris ( leafs, twigs, dirt ) shorting the life of the shingles.
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    * would you want a Brand New Home or New Roof with this defect?
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    Billy, were you away on vacation or too busy. This post was from Aug 8th. They have already bought AND sold the house waiting for your reply.
    Gee and I told them everything was A OK!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne soper
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    were you away on vacation or too busy.
    This post was from Aug 8th.

    They have already bought AND sold the house waiting for your reply.

    Gee and I told them everything was A OK!!
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    Just Waiting For The Process Server to Find You.
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    Hope You Know a Good Roofer ( that takes Master Card.)
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