Guest User
10/31/2012
The house in question has a straight gable roof, but on two levels. The original roof is composition. Where the lower gable roof joins the siding of the gable end of the taller roof, flashing exists under the siding and roof. When covering the composition with a metal roof, wouldn't it also be necessary to cut in flashing to go under the siding and between the metal and composition roof? I hope that made sense.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
10/31/2012
That would be the preferred way to handle that sort of detail.

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