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

$680
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  • Apply under corrugated roofing panels
  • Attach under framing of roof
  • Constructed of wood with a redwood stain
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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.
  • 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
  • Pair with Henry 183 repair fabric for professional results
  • Includes 5 closure strips

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MaterialWoodPolyethylenePlasticFoam
Product Thickness (in.).751 in11
Coverage Area (sq. ft.).330.02 ft²0 ft²15 ft²
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
.33
Product Length (in.)
24
Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Product Width (in.)
0.8125

Details

Color Family
Wood
Color/Finish
Wood
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Returnable
90-Day
Roofing Product Type
Closure Strips

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Manufacturer Warranty
None

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  • 3.5
    out of 81 reviews
  • 56% recommend this product
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Garbage!!
If you want a Professional looking job order the plastic ones from California. These wooden ones DO NOT Match the contour of SunTuf panels. This leads to 'crunching' sections to make them fit. And they SPLIT! Very bad. Even after predrilling every screw hole they still split, small pieces slitting off. or the whole section breaking. I Used the plastic once on the first roof and they work so smooth, no predrilling and perfect fit. It took some time to receive them but worth the wait compared to using this Garbage!
by Handyman
    1 person found this helpful
    Had to use over a hundred of these guys for our pergola roof. Painted each one before installati...
    Had to use over a hundred of these guys for our pergola roof. Painted each one before installation in my garage. They are built to be installed with a slight gap between each piece so you have to install them as you lay the panels for the correct spacing but onece you have a process in place it goes pretty smoothly.
    by Buzz
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    These work fine if pre-drilled, otherwise expect splitting. When one piece among five arrived bro...
    These work fine if pre-drilled, otherwise expect splitting. When one piece among five arrived broken in the pack, it was easy to gorilla glue it back together to make it usable again. I haven't tried the hard plastic version of closure strips, but have used the foam version which I found wiggly and much harder to apply in a straight line. With wood closure strips my lines of screws across the roof were nice and straight. I pre-positioned each strip with a couple of tiny nails, then pre-drilled through the roofing and wood closure strips before screwing them both down to wood purlins beneath.
    by CoopBuilder
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      5 people found this helpful
      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
      by buzz
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        4 people found this helpful
        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.
        by GabbyJim
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          9 people found this helpful
          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).
          by GZ
          • DIY
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          8 people found this helpful
          WORST EVER!
          The Suntuf 24 in. Horizontal Wood Closure Strips (5-Pack) is the worst product you can buy. It splits and throes off the roof attaching screw wrecking your roof and making it leak. This junk may have distoryed my roof!
          by lizard
            by GARY
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              by HomeDepotCustomer
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              Installed 24 of these for a simple overhang. Good...
              Installed 24 of these for a simple overhang. Good stuff first: out of approx 100 screws I drove, only one screw split one of these strips (and it wasn't even on the end of the strip - it was the middle). Due to the softness of this wood, you don't need to drill pilot holes into the strip for your screws. You still need to drill a pilot hole through your roof panel, but if you use the Woodtite/Palram screws with the fluted tip there's no need for an additional pilot hole. I started out drilling pilot holes but quickly experimented without it and found there's no need - a big time saver. Now the bad: the stain finish does nothing for waterproofing - it just makes it look like treated wood. The strips are also cut/shaped to a very rough surface, so painting them would be very cumbersome. Theoretically they shouldn't see much water, but I'd still prefer more waterproofing. Before I bought the strips I also examined each pack closely. Because they come in clear plastic, you can look to see if you're buying a pack with lots of knots in the wood. I made sure that I chose clear wood (few/no knots), which helped prevent splitting. That took a little doing as most packs had knots. I'm guessing reviewers that had problems with strips splitting had knots. Finally - the price. $9 for a little pack of cheap wood strips is way too much.
              by BD11
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