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Help with how to end dry verge on lean to roof (no apex) - no end caps for this purpose!!

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by Nixdiy, 23 Sep 2019.

  1. Nixdiy

    Nixdiy

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    hi there!

    Im hoping some roofers, keen diyers can help me out as i have tried everywhere to find some sort of end cap for our dry verge that isnt for an apex. We have used dry verge for our lean to roof but we cannot find anything to put on the end to cap it off. The only products i can find are for apex roofs.

    Hopefully the pic lets you get an idea of what i mean
     

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  2. Mw Roofline

    Mw Roofline

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    You’ve still got to put another cap on the top course albeit cut down. Then you have to think of a way to close in just the very top return.
     
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    Mw Roofline

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    So like this (I’m on a train)

    [​IMG]
     
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    It will all need to come off anyway, and the verge built out to allow for the render. :rolleyes:
     
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    Looks like it already has been .
     
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