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Old 12-02-2010, 08:29 AM   #1
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joining metal roof with 2 different pitches

I am adding a mud room to my house and in order to keep enough head room I have to change the pitch. My house has a metal roof. Is this the wrong thing to do with metal roofing? If not how do I go about it in order to keep the roof from leaking in that spot? I am worried about snow and ice causing havoc at that junction.

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