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I understand that transition flashing is used for a pitch change with panels running in the same direction. What is "best" practice for transitions with panels running at right angles? I have two steeper roof sections at right angles to each other with a valley in between. Both sections (and valley) transition into a common, lower slope roof section. The panels on this lower slope section will be parallel to one of the two steeper roof sections but perpendicular to the other. Do I use a combination of transition flashing onto a Z-bar which then overhangs the perpendicular panel? (Existing roof is shingle so no guidance there.) Thanks.
Is there any way you can send me a photo? One thing you need to maintain awareness of is not dumping too much water into one panel. My email is [email protected]
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