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    Default Interesting Valley cut

    Looks like a hip into / onto gable, but I found it interesting. I guess they could have continued the cut, I suppose.

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    Default Re: Interesting Valley cut

    Whew, that is funky! Hard to get a perspective on the shape of the roof. Must be two different pitches on the right face? Looks like they changed their minds a couple time how to handle it!

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    Default Re: Interesting Valley cut

    Quote Originally Posted by Kristi Silber View Post
    Whew, that is funky! Hard to get a perspective on the shape of the roof. Must be two different pitches on the right face? Looks like they changed their minds a couple time how to handle it!
    No doubt huh? Lots of "head scratching" there I'm sure.

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    Default Re: Interesting Valley cut

    they still screwed it up.
    It's ok to weave at the bottom and in theis case at the transition to another roof angle. but there are 4 rows that are not woven.
    i would bet there is a large can of roofing tar nder there but still not right in my opinion.


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    Default Re: Interesting Valley cut

    Nice pic Marc.,I have used the same technique.,however it was on a steeper slope and that 4 course lap or whatever was a single lace transition.That technique is very effective when installed tight.Those 4 courses equal 4 seperate liabilities.

    Those missing corners could have been filled prior to the full shingle being installed.If were the homeowner I would not be happy with that roof installation.


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