Valley flashing

Valley flashing

Pieces of lead, tin, or sheet metal worked in with shingles or other roofing materials along the valley of a roof.
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valley flashing

valley flashing
The sheet metal used to line the Valley on a roof.
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Set your first section of the metal valley flashing in place at the bottom, and run it past the drip edge.
Cut the outside edges of the valley flashing flush with the drip edge, but angle your cut so the middle portion of the flashing extends past the drip edge a couple of inches.
Then pry loose the cut shingles to make a wide path for the valley flashing (Photos 12 and 13).
10' lengths of metal drip edge 5 10' lengths of valley flashing 3 4' aluminum screening 150 ft.
Valley flashing: Severe climates require that you run a 3-ft.
"Valley flashing," the covering used to protect the junction where two roof sections meet, is especially vulnerable as it ages.
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