Peter Brown
On my new standing seam, hidden fastener roof the end pannels are screwed down on the wet side of the bent up pannel edge and covered with flashing [screwed to the barge board]. Is this standard practice? The tabs on the bottom end of the pannel seams catch the snow and get pulled streight [parallel with the pannels]. Is it normal to have to bend the tabs back every spring? The seams are rather rough and bumpy with the paint damaged in several places - is this normal for a standing seam roof? Peter Brown
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
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