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Suntuf 24 in. Horizontal Wood Closure Strips (5-Pack)


24 in. Horizontal Wood Closure Strips (5-Pack)

$317 /bag
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Product Overview

Provide support for your finished roof with the Suntuf 24 in. Horizontal Wood Closure Strips (5-Pack). They can be applied under corrugated roofing panels and attach under the framing of the roof.

  • Constructed of wood with a redwood stain
  • Fits Suntuf roof panels (not included)
  • Applied under a corrugated roofing panel and attaches under framing of the roof
  • Provides support for a finished roof
  • Includes 5 closure strips

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Customer Questions & Answers

Instructions never say.... should I pre-drill through these before putting screws in? Do I nail these to the rafters before attaching roof?

Asked by: Bill
Yes, Bill, always drill pilot holes for wood like this. I do not recommend "nailing" as nails may "pop" with thermal expansion and contraction over time. Also, be sure to pre-drill over-sized holes in the polycarbonate (or fiberglass) panels and use the screws with the neoprene washers, to allow the panels to expand and contract with changes in temperature..
Answered by: GabbyJim
Date published: 2017-05-05

Is the true width 24" or 26"?

The PVC panels that these would be used with are 26" wide. Is it possible that these were put online without anyone actually measuring them?
Asked by: Sisyphus
the strips are 'approximately' 24" (you may need to saw a few ends to get a good fit, so buy a few extra. The Palram, "Sun Tuff" panels are 26" to allow for 1" over-lap on each side. The foam closure strips are more tolerant of variations, but may not hold up as well over time. (I have built 5 solar powered space heaters using these strips. I tried the foam closure strips and found it worth the trouble to work with the wooden ones.)
Answered by: GabbyJim
Date published: 2017-03-25

Are these needed if I don't need a sealed closure? Could I instead just put screws in the low sections into the rafters below?

I just need a rain cover, not an enclosure.
Asked by: Bill
I don't recommend it as the strips act as purlins to give support - but if your rafters are 12" O.C. or less you might get away with it. But in any case, be sure to predrill pilot holes in both the panels and the closure strips. If you don't use closure strips, be prepared for rain to come in - especially if there is wind associated.
Answered by: GabbyJim
Date published: 2017-05-05

These do not fit the 26" panels sold at Home Depot ; anyone know a brand that does?

Bought five packs of these to finish a roof but they're too wide for the panels HD sell. Someone commented they fit 26" but not here!
Asked by: Frustrated
These are designed to fit the Palram - "Sun Tuff" panels - but some slight modification may be necessary to get a good fit. I found the panels in the floor rack were somewhat scratched up from too much handling, but the associates were good enough to get some nice clean ones off the high rack.. Note, the strips are 24" long but the panels are 26" This is necessary because the panels over-lap along the edges to ensure a good seal (I used clear silicone sealant at the over-laps to help ensure no leaks - but don't rely on that unless there is a steep angle to shed water - use some sense - the overlap is not water-tight and if the water in the channels gets deep enough it will flow inside - see my picture
Answered by: GabbyJim
Date published: 2017-02-18
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Customer Reviews

24 in. Horizontal Wood Closure Strips (5-Pack) is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Although I suggest drilling pilot holes is 'almost' essential', I find it also necessary to "cust... Although I suggest drilling pilot holes is 'almost' essential', I find it also necessary to "custom fit" each strip to the polycarbonate panels as the ends are not uniform relative to the panels. That is, my 12 foot run did not come out properly aligned and I wound up having to distort some of the panels to get a good seal - also, good idea to use clear silicone sealant. I would suggest the foam closures would be more forgiving when it comes to alignment, but I question if they would stand up the the heat generated in a solar powered space heating enclosure.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from drilling pilot holes is a must to prevent splitting. the wood is not the best and there are irreg... drilling pilot holes is a must to prevent splitting. the wood is not the best and there are irregularities. but i like them because they go with the old wood i used. the fit was good and they look good. finish was good. none of mine where broken. i only had to trim the end of one of the strips, but it was only very slightly. over all i think the value was good for my project. i am happy with fit, finish and function
Date published: 2017-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great! While this product is designed for a different purpose than I used it for, it works absolutely great as a exterior decorative trim. I used it both where the walls meet the eaves, and at the drip-edge of the roof (see photo).
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No consistency! The cuts did not match the pattern to the roofing material I had. No consistency. 1 would fit the the next was almost a 1/4 off the next 3/8 off some too wide a gap others to small a gap!
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from exactly what we ordered and fit great.... exactly what we ordered and fit great.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cheap and pay what you got Bought 9 packs. Some strips broken. It is very easy to install and much better than plastic. The quality is so so.
Date published: 2016-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from quality I purchased 15 packs (75 pieces) and 1/3 of them were weakened by the fact they were milled from cheap, knotty wood that snapped when I either drilled or maipulated into position. They are superb for a nice fit, but they all are not identical in length so after a long run of end to end connection, you will need to check measurement as they will be off in total length. In other words, they will not line up from row to row.
Date published: 2012-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from work better than plastic strips These wooden closure strips are pre-stained and easy to install. I found them online, because the local stores only carry closure strips made out of plastic. The plastic strips expand in the sun and warp much more than the wooden ones, and they are harder to paint. The wooden ones are made in Oregon and cheaper.
Date published: 2011-08-25
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