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Suntuf

Model 92822

Internet #100069797

Store SKU #250969

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

$3.17 /bag

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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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Is the true width 24" or 26"?

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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?
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September 2, 2016
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Frequently with these strips, you are attaching some type of roofing that has to overlap to avoid leakage in-between roofing pieces. If the Roofing is 26" wide and the roofing needs a 2" overlap, after you put several of them together, each one only needs 24", because the roofing overlap shares the same portion of the strip.
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March 9, 2016
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The actual panel width is 26". When you install, you will get 24" of coverage with a one corrugation overlap.
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March 8, 2016
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This item is 24" in length.
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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?

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I just need a rain cover, not an enclosure.
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That depends on your usage, reliability desired, and so forth. The strips will help with stability, particularly in wind, hail, and so forth, especially on the outside edge of the roofing.
I just use mine as a rain cover, and I chose to use the strips for better durability. They are not hard to use and they are cheap.
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July 5, 2016
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We recommend putting the fasteners into the peak of the panels. The closure strips help support the panels when securing the fastener. We do not recommend valley fastening because water could settle there and could result in leaks.
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Instructions never say.... should I pre-drill through these before putting screws in? Do I nail these to the rafters before attaching roof?

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I suggest that you purchase long enough screws that the screws go through the strips and secure both the roofing and the strips to the cross slats at the same time.
Someone recommended that to me last time I had to do this and I thought it was better than having to separately secure both. That is particularly true, since the strips are not the strongest and nails might split them.
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I suggest that you purchase long enough screws that the screws go through the strips and secure both the roofing and the strips to the cross slats at the same time.
Someone recommended that to me last time I had to do this and I thought it was better than having to separately secure both. That is particularly true, since the strips are not the strongest and nails might split them.
Self-tapping screws worked for me without pre-drilling. Read Less
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You do not need to predrill the closure strips. You can secure them in place prior to installing the panels if you want.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. September 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. March 27, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by bad manufacturing pieces were broken due to the poor quality wood used in manufacturing. Luckily, i was forced to buy extra because of the packaging quantity and was able to piece together what i needed January 2, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 24, 2011
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