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Ideas for making MONEY online: http://www.moneycashcourse.com/ Visit my eBay Store: http://www.minthillbillystore.com/ OBD2 Scanner for a GREAT DEAL: http://www.awesomescantool.com/ This video describes and demonstrates how to measure and lay off your roofing project. The importance of doing so will insure a quality job. I believe using a chalk line is the best option for accuracy. So get your tape measure and a chalk line and let’s get started. Thank you for watching. If you’re interested in a great roofing nail removal tool you’ll want to check out the RoofEasy Nail Remover Tool sold at www.minthillbillystore.com. This tool will help when clearing off the old shingles and nails in preperation for your new shingles. Due to factors beyond the control of MintHillBilly, he cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information or improper use of this information. Due to factors beyond the control of MintHillBilly, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. MintHillBilly assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. MintHillBilly recommends safe practices when working with power tools, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not MintHillBilly. Now friends and neighbors, let’s get out there and Make It Happen! MintHillBilly/rjw creations Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to : Roofing – Marking off and chalking a (three) 3 tab roofHow to … Roofing: Closed Cut Valley explainedBlue Grass Roofing & Construction Video | Construction Services in EmminceOwens Corning […]

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20 Comments

  • Leo O'Neill 1 year ago

    I run my own roofing company (Ascension Roofing & Exteriors Ltd.) up here in sunny Calgary, Canada. We specialize in EuroShield rubber roofing products. We employ all of the same techniques you used, but have to say that it is indeed very rare for other roofing companies to do the same. Keep up the good work.

  • Carl Smith 1 year ago

    Any time you see someone snapping chalk lines to lay comp you know he doesn't know shit about roofing.

  • yamaha 1 year ago

    nice work

  • vietcong4u 1 year ago

    man i pretty sure you know what you doing, but I'm lost already hahah… nice vid tho….

  • Johnny Hurst 1 year ago

    Hades Dillinger I usually run my valleys in first just makes it work out easier. Ive heard that the california valley is the shingle running verticle up the valley thereby eliminating the need for the closed cut. Personally I dont like the bulge of the California valley. What I call a metal valley is an open valley. Its nice being below the rain snow line. You know they push that ice and water shield like its some kind of miracle product. I have may examples of the stuff leaking in the winter when the material shrinks away from the nails because of the cold. Purty decent video there buddy

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    Thank you! I will check out your videos! Have a good day!

  • Quarrix Building Products 1 year ago

    Thanks for the great how-to video! Roofing jobs are much easier to tackle after you've seen good examples of how to complete each step. We've got some videos on our channel as well, about how to install ridge vents and such. Anyway, happy roofing!
    – Quarrix

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    Your welcome! Have a good day!

  • Dale Reed 1 year ago

    thanks for the info bro.

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    One thing I can say is never nail within 6 inchs of either side of the valley whether your weaving of close cutting a valley. Are you gonna weave or close cut that three tab valley?

  • card hutt 1 year ago

    thank you for the video, i am doing my own roof. not quit sure i understand the valleys. i am using 3 tab. you say to let them overlap the valley by 8 to 12 inches. once they cross the valley, won't that cause the bond to angle? also, saw one video that said to nail through the goop on the shingles in the valleys. is it possible to do that and still not nail anything within 6 inches of either side of the valley? thanks for the help and i am subscribed
    rich

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    …..cont……a tab or two leading into the valley….this may sound confusing by try to make sure there are no breaks in the valley and that nothing needs to be nailed within 6 inchs from the center of the valley on either side…..hope this helps…take care

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    Good question!!! It depends on whhich shingle your using and what type of valley your installing. If I'm using an architectural style shingle I will start in the valley whether Im weaving or installing a closed cut valley. If I'm using a three tab I lead into the valley so the bond remains straight. When working the valley in three tabs try to make sure the valley always gets a full shingle and that the leading edge crosses the valley by 8 to 12 inches. This can be achieved by removing a tab …

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    Thanks for the comment and yes Id love to see some of your videos. Let me know when you have some. Take care

  • HADES 1 year ago

    are you supposed to install the valleys first or install the shingles on the perimeter of the roof first?

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    Your welcome! and thank you for the comment! I'm glad you found my video helpful. Take care!

  • Marlon Hernandez 1 year ago

    Thanks for the video, im new to roofing and these kinds of videos help me in learning to do good quality work.

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    The metal valley commonly called the California Valley is also a good alternative if done correctly although some Shingle maufacturers wont fulfill their lifetime warrenty with anything other than the closed cut valley. In my part of the country I see very few California valleys except for a few Ive seen on commercial buildings. Have a great day friend and thanks for the comment.

  • Nathaniel Adams -Souders 1 year ago

    i noticed most people on youtube dont use metal valley? whats up with that. it dont cost hardly any more on the etime, and its cleaner looking and drier. any thoughts?

    most roofers on youtube dont use metal. whats up with that? its prettier, hardly more expensive on estime, faster to lay down, and drier. any ideas??

  • minthillbilly 1 year ago

    Ice guard is not required in this part of the country but we did install it first before the felt was laid down. Have a great day friend!