How to Weave Roof Shingles?

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First you need to make sure that your shingle is not too thick otherwise you won't be able to weave. Although it takes longer to install, this will help water flow from either direction and there is little chance of it getting underneath the shingles. The process involves regularly placing shingles on your roof until you reach the valley, you'll then cut it in the middle of the valley before placing the other side of the room as well. Steps www.creativehomeowner.com Example www.stargroup.com
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Roof shingles are woven or overlapped where roof lines meet and create a valley. It is important to know how to do this correctly so you don't get water damage under shingles.
Lay out the first row of shingles. Now lay out the second row, alternately with the first, so that the seems do not meet. This provides ultimate coverage and protection.
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