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Asphalt Shingling From the Top Down Editors Pick

Asphalt Shingling From the Top Down Online Membership Required

On steeply pitched roofs, working from the ridge down is faster, safer and easier on the shingles

Building Hip and Valley Roofs With Trusses
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Building Hip and Valley Roofs With TrussesOnline Membership Required

Keep the numbered trusses in order, and entire hip sections can be assembled on the ground and lifted as single units

Truss-anchor refinement
Tip: Truss-anchor refinement

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