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She has a 2 story gambrel with a breezeway off the left side, which then attaches the 3 stall garage,she is in a area where they get 100 or so inches of snow a year.... the question is, where needs and ice and snow? just the bottom and such? or would it be worth it to do the whole house and breezeway leaving felt for the garage? the cost to do the whole thing vs. the needed areas is roughly 12-1500 bucks.

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Sorry guys! I missed the roofing section when I posted this.... mods can you move this? or should I delete and repost?

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i'm not sure of the pitches, the top can be walked on, rather steep but still walkable, the next part is way too steep, the breezeway isn't that steep, I can snap some pics tomm. to help
 

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The Ice and Water Shield should be installed in all of the Code required locations, PLUS where the garage roof and the Gambrel Roof tie in together, along with any Valleys and other roof to wall intersections and roof protrusions.

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