Different Roof Valley Types : Open And Closed
Different Roof Valley Types : Open And Closed
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Roof valleys are a part of your roof that may go unnoticed, but they’re useful in keeping water from pooling and causing issues. There are two roof valley types: open and closed. Open valleys are at the end of a sloped roof and close toward the top. Closed valleys start out narrower near the ends and narrow inward as they ascend. Read our full blog here: https://bit.ly/3wHaX0a
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Views: 101
Uploaded: May 24 2022
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Roof valleys are a part of your roof that may go unnoticed, but they’re useful in keeping water from pooling and causing issues. There are two roof valley types: open and closed. Open valleys are at the end of a sloped roof and close toward the top. Closed valleys start out narrower near the ends and narrow inward as they ascend. Read our full blog here: https://bit.ly/3wHaX0a