We really wouldn’t steer you wrong. You need to look at the motives of people. ⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️00:00 Intro00:12 You don’t need slip sheets under the metal00:45 We’re not doing this because we make a bunch of money from you watching01:30 The people talking aren’t trying to help you out01:55 Follow us 🙏 Subscribe, 👍, it helps … Read more
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Updated 2-3-23 Complete Steep Metal Roof. This was a job that took us over 2 or 3 weeks during the summer. 🙏 Subscribe, 👍, it helps a lot!!➤❓/ 💬: email@example.com➤ Follow https://straightarrowrepair.com/pipf ➤➤I get a little for the channel-no charge for you if you use the links:➤➤Shop Amazon https://amzn.to/3CxD1T4➤➤Tool lists & recommended products🧰 https://straightarrowrepair.com/0lvf
Updated 2-6-23 This is the fastest run through on a metal roof. I never would have thought the guys could hit everything needed, but they DID! So you can do a metal roof on a rounded roof mobile home. Let me show you how. You’re going to use one by fours that are sixteen foot … Read more
Updated 2-7-23 Comparison of the temperature of the roof between metal and shingles. I have a chimp, a chimp, a cheap temper temperature gun. So hot I’m slurring. And I’m going to show you the difference between shingles and the material that we’re using right now. I don’t know if you guys can see it, … Read more
Phil shows you how to install valley foam on a metal roof. Sorry about the sound quality, there is a transcript of what he’s saying.
⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️ 00:00 You’ll want to put valley foam in, especially in snowy climates 00:23 Don’t unroll it until you’re ready to do the total area 00:39 Take the screws out and slide it under the edge of the metal in your valleys 01:00 Pulling the cover for the sticky side 01:30 Try to keep the tape low or you will cut it
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Transcript: Probably would or should. There’s a lot of road noise, sorry. Should put valley foam in. Particularly when it snows, the water will go up that valley and go down underneath it, and will find a hole. This is valley foam. It comes in rolls as soon as you unroll this you need to prepare. It will continue to expand, and it expands to two and a half inches thick. So, it’s meant to grow to the odd the angles that you put these valleys on and fill these ribs up with foam. So, the trick is going to be take these screws out, about 16 inches back that you’ve already put in. The screws should be an inch or two away so that they don’t end up being in on the wrong side of the valley foam.
So, what you have got to do is take those screws out go to lift it up, and stick it underneath that edge. But uh, it’s a pain sometimes because you’ve got deep hooks on that edge, and slide it underneath there with the sticky side, which would be this side here and it turns into clear right there down underneath. And then you, we’ll show you how you can just pull it all off. As long as you keep it there. Under the roll there’s a little strip to help you could grab it, put that underneath there, and you want to keep it low or you’re going to end up cutting your, your peal off and you’ll have to reach under there and get it again. It’s kind of a pain, but just keep it low and ends up sticking like that. See that, I cut it so I have to reach under there and grab it anyway. Just keep peeling it up and then that will stay in place and you put your screws back in.