April 2002

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Professional Roofing welcomes letters to the editor. Views expressed in "Letters" are not necessarily those of NRCA. Letters must be signed and include a return address and telephone number. Professional Roofing reserves the right to edit letters for clarity and length. Send letters to Ambika Puniani, Editor, Professional Roofing, 10255 W. Higgins Road, Suite 600, Rosemont, IL 60018-5607; fax (847) 299-1183; or e-mail apuniani@nrca.net.

Reader disagrees with Dick Baxter

I would like to comment about standing-seam metal roof system remarks that concern me from the January issue.

First, I agree with the reader's explanation in "Letters," page 10, that moveable clips should be centered during initial roof system installation. And the Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) also agrees. In chapter six of MBMA's Metal Roofing Design Manual, there are two references that indicate most manufacturers use centering devices to install clips. It is a rare occurrence that a roof system is installed during the coldest or warmest time of...

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