Type of shears that Phil uses to cut metal. Hi guys. This is another tool I don’t use very often, but it’s called a Swenson shear, s-w-e-n-s-o-n shear And you can change the profiles to the metal that you’re cutting with this. This is used for cutting metal, metal roofing, metal siding for commercial metal … Read more
Updated 1-31-23 How to cut Dormers Metal Roof ⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️00:00 Intro00:22 How to cut dormers00:40 You will have varying angles00:50 First on the valley you want to fasten way back from where metal might come under01:05 Go 4″, you could go 6″ you want to be back01:30 You can’t always count on the framing to be … Read more
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
Transcript: What we’ve done now is put tape around the flange about an inch and half to two inches away where you can get the elasticool or tar to bind to the metal. And then I make sure that I cover up any nail holes that might have been there. And spread it out, try to feather it out near the tape. And that way.
When we pull the tape off, it looks like you did a perfectly good square. Even though you might have gotten over into the tape quite a bit. It’s what I’ve been doing for years and years. And I know there’s people that say you should use this, but I’m telling you this works and works good, easy to maintain, inexpensive and any kind of caulking shrinks. It really shrinks. When we pull this tape off it will have square edges. We’ll show you tearing the tape off later.
I’m cleaning this and I’m going to try not to get the poo on me.
“And how can you get tar off if you get in a place that.”
Any kind of oil-based product oil, wd40, gasoline is kind of hard on your skin, but any kind of oil will get it off. After that it’s a hot bath. There you go.
“That does look really cool.”
It’s looks from the ground like you know what you’re doing.