01:35PM | 10/13/03
Member Since: 03/01/03
22 lifetime posts
A few months ago I posted a thread looking for the proper way to flash skylights with metal roofing. I did this because of the numerous ways I was told from different sources such as the supplier, installers and manufacturer. The manufacturer was little to no help at all. I received a great amount of help from a poster on here known as "Pgriz". We talked back and forth- I sent pictures, he sent pictures back and I did what seemed like the best thing. I would like to thank him for the help I received and just by his help would recommend him to anyone looking to have a roof done (He is the pres. of the roofing company). I hope you didn't mind me posting this about you. I could tell you stories about people telling me to cut the metal close and caulk it!!! It poured 5 times since I finished it and no leaks!!! So far so good. Thanks again.


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