Hi all, Tackled a fairly good size project late last year and finished this year. Redid my roof. Had a lot of angles to deal with but work went well. I have a new found love hate relationship with Grace Ice & water, but with another set of hands was good to go. Anyways, I’m at the peak and have 4 ridges to contend with and I’m somewhat at a loss as how to approach this capping. I have attached several pictures. I used Timberline Gaf shinges and the Timbertex caps that call for the 8" exposure. Also the two ridges are at 60 degrees, the are also offset by about 6-8 inches where they meet, so they are not exactly across from each other.
Any suggestions?? Please see pics. Pic no 62 you can see I had to come up one more cap, cause it just would not make it without seeing the black part of the single and nail heads from the cap before it. Pic 66 shows me laying the cap across and getting coverage.
Pic 63, shows the caps without me adding the next one, and without it you would not be able to cover the hip with the ridge cap if I don’t add one more. Pic 65 show that, I just layed a shingle across to see where it would land.
Just trying to understand how I come across all those 4 points and attach. Do/should I reverse the direction of the final caps? Attached are the direct links to posts, as a new user I can only post one pic here.