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In this video , I show you how I do the valleys on a shingle roof. Many roofers cut the shingles across because they say it’s safer . no one of this affirmations are true…Remember …it’s not about the materials … It’s the craft man doing the work ! Greetings and hope you like it ! Watch this helpfull video on How To Do Valeys on Your Roof. For Further Consultation and Free Roofing Quotes we recommend the Following Roofing Companies By Area: If You live in Birmingham AL, then visit: or Watch at Youtube: If You live in Buffalo NY, you can visit or Watch video: If you live in Baltimore MD, then visit or Watch Video: By living in Cleveland Ohio, you can visit: or Watch Video: roofing roof shingles metal roofing diy roofing epdm roofing types of roofing roofing materials roofing shingles metal roofing systems roof repair roofs residential roofing roofing contractors roofing metal roofing panels metal roofing shingles how to install metal roofing roofing companies metal roofing contractors roofing tin roofing company metal roofing prices metal roof shingles roofing material flat roof repairs metal roof roofing contractor metal roofing products roofing cost standing seam roofing duro last roofing corrugated roofing panels metal roofing material roof shingles types roof leak repair vinyl roofing metal roofs roof replacement cost estimator new roof cost corrugated roof panels steel roofing roofing options tin roofing roofing cost calculator rubber roofing materials aluminum roof panels roofing costs tile roofing birmingham roofers columbus ohio roofers cleveland roofers baltimore roofers Buffalo NY Roofers indianapolis roofers If you’re located in Columbus Ohio Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts“Roof Installation: How To Shingle a Valley (HD)” by RoofRepair101How to Install Roof Shingle Properly – Roofing Dallas / Ft Worth […]

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  • Henry Gonzalez 5 months ago

    Good work macho!

  • Walkinginthelight38 5 months ago

    You supposed to add one eighth of an inch per foot going down the valley to that sock line so that you have created a wider Channel at the bottom is what per manufacturer pabco Premier shingles advises what do you think you're a really excellent roofer by the way I just want to tell you that

  • Jason Ward 5 months ago

    im a roofer never seen this style on shingles . great job

  • Nufo Gonzalez 5 months ago

    Le quedo cercas los enpates del vale

  • Sayit AsItIs 5 months ago

    I don't like it for two reasons. One being capillary action will take rainwater under the shingles and second it looks a mess

  • Hugo Gomez 5 months ago

    I use the same system here in Seattle. It works just fine, I never had a leaky roof.

  • USChanin 5 months ago

    Hi Eric! Question, my old landlady's hack of a son put 4 layers of shingles on an apartment building that's well over a hundred years old. Is this safe, legal and correct? Plus he hasn't finished the job, its been going on for 4 years now with staging still up! What does everyone think about a man in his 50' s who does this to his 80 year old mom? I think the building is 150 yrs. old.

  • Nap Horse 5 months ago

    your 3rd shingle up by the Valley is Seam on Seam. cut it back.

  • intelin123 5 months ago

    I am not a roofer but to me makes more sense to cover the valley with full shingles.

  • German Ferro 5 months ago

    Thank you for sharing bro!

  • Ryan Mader 5 months ago

    any big amount of rain and wind. water would back up into this valley

  • dieselmakesmehappy 5 months ago

    Awesome video. I am going to try your method tomorrow. Looks like it leaves a real clean look. Thanks again for sharing some wisdom.

  • Ciro Carrascal 5 months ago

    los stares van encima el uno del otro…para q el agua circule…

  • pizzoffwanker 5 months ago

    This may work for sunny California but it would cause big problems anywhere with snow,

  • Paul Haines 5 months ago

    Bad idea in snowy/rainy climate.  Probably O.K. where dry but I highly doubt it meets mfg. specs.  Water will stay in gaps on valley roofing that's place "sideways" and eventually damage/lift it especially when it freezes + get into the nails easier.  Gaps need to run down hill as straight as possible just like every other shingle on the roof and you need to cut small 45 degree corner off each shingle on top in valley to release water.  Glue the seam a couple inches inboard.  I'm from the frozen north, though.  Good video, thanks for doing it – just my opinion and I could be totally wrong.

  • Torres R 5 months ago

    Safety's first !!!!

  • diastoleny 5 months ago

    Very helpful. Thanks. That guy had his back so close to the edge!! Made me nervous just watching! That's roofing. Stay safe.

  • Daldaz Lozada 5 months ago

    Great video will definitely use this awesome method on next full install

  • Tragically Chris 5 months ago

    gotta cover the whole starter shingle. I've replaced many valleys people have done this way because it leaves too much space for water

  • Shannan Schisler 5 months ago

    If you want to make it too just use InpliX handbooks.

  • Ty lear 5 months ago

    This is a terrible video, sloppy looking work.