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Do I run screws through the “tops” or through the “bottoms” of the corrugated steel in roofing?
Suppose I want to cover a roof with corrugated steel sheets. Imagine a sheet laying on the roof. It will have "tops" - zones that are further from the roof surface and "bottoms" - zones that are ...
Jun 28 '12 at 11:39
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