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Felt trays roof membrane eaves help

Postby rob_em » Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:54 am

Hi everyone. I have a question. I had recently roof felt trays done. I'm worried that last batten supporting the tray has been put not in line with others a bit higher to pass the facial. What do you think. Will I have a big issue there ? thanks
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Postby B4Less » Mon Jan 11, 2021 4:50 pm

Its possible a puddle of water may appear here depending on the slope of the tray. It's possible it will be ok as the flow of water coming off the roof will have enough momentum. Again all this depends on the fall of the final tray. As long as the final tray has a fall into the gutter or off the roof you should be ok.
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