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I was refering to drip edge installed to a metal...

I was refering to drip edge installed to a metal roof....not shingles; since you stated I could run my plywood on top of my wood fascia.....for support between the trusses.
Which I would never do....
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Posted By Sealik

One could install a drip edge for a few extra...

One could install a drip edge for a few extra bucks to cover the side of the exposed plywood.
But... with a single 'nailer' method/ finished wood fascia.....one still has to mount a J trim. Either...
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Posted By Sealik

Correct, I am leaving the fascia exposed.......

Correct, I am leaving the fascia exposed.... esthetics and all:D
Some people like the beauty of wood, regardless of applying a coat of 'varathane' every few+ years.
Anywho....
I never suggested...
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Posted By Sealik

That's one way....if you are using metal facia, I...

That's one way....if you are using metal facia, I would be tempted to apply the triangular piece after the metal is installed. Just make sure it dosen't extend past your roofing.
Paint and caulk the...
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Posted By Sealik

I can't agree with your reply...... Rafters or...

I can't agree with your reply......
Rafters or trusses are installed.....then a nailer board is always fixed to the tails.
It is then sheated....and everything aforementioned is nailed together....
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Posted By Sealik

I wouldn't put a 1x8 facia on a 2x4 nailer board....

I wouldn't put a 1x8 facia on a 2x4 nailer board.
Will definately cup
Install a 2x6.....might have to cut the tails of the rafters a bit to make it flush with the bottom of the nailer board....all...
11-28-09, 07:35 PM
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Posted By Sealik

I believe he is out of the closet and on his...

I believe he is out of the closet and on his roof.
No pun intended.
11-28-09, 03:17 PM
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Posted By Sealik

Correct....but your finished wall is alot...

Correct....but your finished wall is alot stronger when the sheets are installed horizontally. The only time I've seen gyproc installed up right....is when it was prefinished.
Not a common or...
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