When you get really close to completing a major portion of any type of work you get that nervous anxiety about every detail. I’ve had that for a couple of days now trying to get this roof finished. It is now about 90% done. The ridge cap, foam closure strips along the top, transition ridge cap portion along the top dormer/roof section, and the gable trim over the dormer are all that is left.
For now though I’ve straightened out that jagged edge along all parts of the roof. I used a chalk line, a helper, pencil, straight edge, and my trusty circular saw with the diamond blade for cutting metal. It has help up like a champ! I also made sure to wear safety wear. I’d suggest safety wrap around glasses and long sleeves/pants since these metal fragments are hitting you at a relatively high velocity while still being extremely hot. Oh and you are on a ladder. Oh and the blade is sometimes inches from you. Seriously, this was the most dangerous thing I’ve done yet.
Once that was straightened I installed the gable trim over the door. Silicone between it and the roof panels of course. Up next is, finishing it 😉