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24 in. Universal Vertical Plastic Roof Closure Strips (6-Pack)

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  • Roof closure strips provide finished look and additional support
  • Ideal for purlin and cross brace roofs
  • Compatible under SUNTOP, SUNTUF and PALRUF corrugated roof panels
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Product Details

The Suntuf 24 in. Universal Vertical Plastic Closure Strips (6-Pack) are versatile enough to Fit Palruf, Suntop, and Suntuf roofing panels (not included). They provide support and a finished look to your roofline.
  • Constructed of durable plastic material with a beige finish
  • Fits Palruf, Suntop, and Suntuf roofing panels (not included)
  • Applied under and in line with roofing panels, attaches under rafters and cross bracing
  • Provides support and a finished look to your roofline
  • Includes 6 closure strips
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)0 sq ftProduct Length (in.)24 in
Product Thickness (in.)0.625 inProduct Width (in.)1.25 in

Details

Color FamilyBeigeColor/FinishBeige
MaterialPlasticProduct Weight (lb.)1 lb
Returnable90-DayRoofing Product TypeClosure Strips

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Manufacturer WarrantyNone
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Please Need ,,,24 in. Universal Vertical Plastic Roof Closure Strips (6-Pack
by|Aug 28, 2023
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Q:How tall are these?
by|Mar 27, 2023
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A:  Hi Rob, The dimensions for our Suntuf Universal Plastic Closure Strips are as follows: (7/8" H x 1 3/16" W x 24" L)

by|Mar 30, 2023
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    Q:On the Horizontal Strips supporting Corrugated Polycarbonate Panels, the distance between Fastener Screws is 4 inches (two ridges). What is it for Vertical Strips?
    by|Jul 28, 2022
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    A:  Hello, The distance between vertical strips ranges between 2-4"

    by|Aug 9, 2022
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      Q:If you use the 'purlins-over-rafters' installation method, how do the vertical closure strips wor...
      by|Jan 8, 2021
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      A:  Mount the. Vertical stripes plastic purlins closure strips on at least a two by two backer strips they are not vertical installation are strong enough to support a rough without backer strips. Hope this helps

      by|May 13, 2022

      A:  I used these behind a clear polycarbonate panel on my horse shed. They seemed to work well in my application using them vertically on the shed door. Not sure that answers your question.

      by|Feb 1, 2023

      A:  You install these UNDER the edge of the panel onto rafter to provide a stable support. You must screw them down in straight line and then place first panel from that start point for your roof. The opposite side of roof ‘strips’ should not be installed until you get there with the panels so you can place them to fit under the last row of last panel. You may need to overlap the last panel more than one corrugated rib to fit edge of roof properly.

      by|Oct 27, 2023
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      Customer Reviews

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      Used for a roof I built for an outhouse design. Easy to trim with side cutters
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        Like it would buy it again.
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        Easy to install and the roof panels fit nicely on them with no gaps.
        Easy to install and the roof panels fit nicely on them with no gaps.
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        Overall it worked and did it to job I needed to do however the connection between each piece does...
        Overall it worked and did it to job I needed to do however the connection between each piece does not stay together very nicely I had to put a little piece of tape on it to hold it connected together while I manipulated it where I needed to go before I screwed it in
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        Sturdy product to support and anchor the edges of Suntuf panels. Easy to cut with metal snips, a...
        Sturdy product to support and anchor the edges of Suntuf panels. Easy to cut with metal snips, and the strips maintained their shape even when cut into short pieces. Well worth installing.
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        3 found this review helpful
        Better than FOAM or WOOD spacers!
        These spacers are well worth the special order wait. They are all 24” in length and snap together forming an exact layout for the panels. I built a 10’ x 12’ awning and used both the horizontal and vertical closure strips together. BUT THEY ARE NOT DESIGNED TO OVERLAP. You cannot connect the vertical end-to-end at the same time you connect the horizontal end-to-end. So I cut all the vertical strips to fit between the horizontal strips since the horizontal spacing was the more exact layout I wanted. They hold together well enough that I could snap a 12’ section together on the ground and lift it up to the roof top without the sections falling apart. I will never use form or wood spacers again and think they should be an in-store item all the time.
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        30 found this review helpful
        Palruf Horizontal Closures MANDATORY for water proof seal!
        Fortunately for you all reading this (and unfortunately for me) I didn't put these in FIRST and you can learn from my mistake! I had to take up my panels and reinstall with these and the foam end caps SO I recommend you do these first for water proof seal. Easy to install, slotted ends to attach one to the next. These also have countersunk drill holes for screw down installation where possible. Mine was installed over glass so I used silicone caulk instead. BONUS these are so inexpensive, you'll be sorry if you don't!!
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            When I Installed them they left gaps in the seal between the roofing and the closure strips and there was no way to adjust them to seal the gaps.
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