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Old 11-13-2009, 11:22 AM   #1
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Cut-Valley question

For a cut valley, does it make any difference which side is cut, main roof or addition roof?

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Yes it makes a difference. If one side is steeper, that is the side you want to cut. If both sides are the same pitch, you want to cut the side that will have more water running down it, most likely the main part of the roof.

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You also want to take into account which direction most of your weater patterns come from.
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