Model # V18G

Internet #202093208

Store SKU #980250

Construction Metals 18 in. x 10 ft. Galvanized W Valley Flashing
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Construction Metals

18 in. x 10 ft. Galvanized W Valley Flashing

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Product Overview

Provide an extra layer of weatherproofing protection for your roof with the Construction Metals Inc. 18 in. x 10 ft. Galvanized Steel W Valley Flashing. This adaptable flashing can be utilized for either residential or commercial roofs.
  • 28-Gauge galvanized steel
  • Ideal for protecting your roof from the elements
  • Guides run-off into gutters
  • Great for residential or commercial roofs

Product Overview

Provide an extra layer of weatherproofing protection for your roof with the Construction Metals Inc. 18 in. x 10 ft. Galvanized Steel W Valley Flashing. This adaptable flashing can be utilized for either residential or commercial roofs.

  • 28-Gauge galvanized steel
  • Ideal for protecting your roof from the elements
  • Guides run-off into gutters
  • Great for residential or commercial roofs

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
120
Product Thickness (in.)
0.016
Product Width (in.)
18

Details

Color Family
Silver
Flashing Type
W Valley Flashing
Gauge
28
Material
Galvanized Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
10.4lb
Profile
W Valley
Roofing Product Type
Transition Flashing

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
120
Product Thickness (in.)
0.016
Product Width (in.)
18

Details

Color Family
Silver
Flashing Type
W Valley Flashing
Gauge
28
Material
Galvanized Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
10.4lb
Profile
W Valley
Roofing Product Type
Transition Flashing

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do valley metal flashings join at top of valley?

Asked by: Dick
If you're referring to a dormer roof where two valleys meet from either side then you extend each to about a foot above the dormer peak meets the existing roof. However, you need to cut down the middle of the valley so that one side lies against the main roof and the other folds over the dormer peak. I'd suggest bending the pieces first that will overlap the dormer and put a good amount of roof cement between all layers... don't drive any nails in where they can't be covered by whatever roofing material is being used. Hope that helps.
Answered by: Todd
Date published: 2017-02-04
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