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Khurshid Khan | 4510 Westray Dr | Missouri City, TX 77459 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 281-515-3040
CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL:
KIRK ALLEN | 281-403-8500 | email@example.com | www.missouricitytx.gov
Comply with 2015 International Residential Code, 2015 International Energy Conservation Code, Texas Code
A drip edge shall be provided at eaves and rake edges of shingle roofs. Adjacent segments of drip edge shall be overlapped not less than 2 inches. Drip edges shall
extend not less than 1/4 inch (6.4 mm) below the roof sheathing and extend up back onto the roof deck not less than 2 inches (51 mm). Drip edges shall be mechanically fastened
to the roof deck at not more than 12 inches (30S mm) o.c. with fasteners as specified in Version R905.2.5.
Underlayment shall be installed over the drip edge along the eaves and under the drip edge along rake edges.
Valley linings shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions before applying shingles. For closed valleys, valley lining of one ply of smooth roll roofing complying with ASTM D 6380 and not less than 36 inches wide (914 millimeters).
Self-Adhered polymer-modified bitumen underlayment complying with ASTM D 1970 shall be permitted in lieu of the lining material (referring to self-healing ice and water shield).
Underlayment: End laps shall overlap 4 inches and shall offset by 6 feet.
TIP: Types of Nails To Know About:
Smooth Shank - Galvanized coil nails are the least expensive nails available. Galvanized coil nails are either hot dipped or electrogalvanized. These nails are applied through a nail gun. The zinc coating will wear out over time and is guaranteed to rust.
Ring Shanked - Galvanized coil nails provide more security and resistance to the shingle as it is secured into the wood deck. These nails are applied through a nail gun. The zinc coating will wear out over time and is guaranteed to rust.
Stainless Steel Coil Nails - Rust-proof nails that are great for coastal where salt water can get trapped in between the shingles.
Copper Nails - expensive nails that are important when installing copper valleys, specialty shingles like wood shake, and Grand Manor Shingles.
Plastic Cap Nails - most commonly used to seal the underlayment or felt.
Metal Cap Nails - are ring shanked; used in rolled roofing and the peel and stick roofing base sheet to help prevent sliding and shifting (which occurs over time).
Roof systems shall be designed and installed in accordance with the jurisdictional authority named above and the approved manufacturer's installation instructions such that the roof system shall serve to protect the building or structure.
The roofing company performing the work shall act in accordance with the standard of care to ensure up-to-date methods, standards and practices are adhered to. Deviation from such or instructing one to deviate can result in a defect and is subject to an enforceable violation of the jurisdictional authority building codes.