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June 12, 2:06 PM [GMT -5]

Good directions and images, since I have never attempted, I feel that I can do this.

June 03, 3:28 PM [GMT -5]

THANK YOU, I just bought a foreclosed house and it has some shingles that are damaged and I have been trying to find out how to exactly do this, this is basically what I thought I was gonna have to do but it is just nice to see it done before I do it.
Also I need to redo some windows that have bad moisture damage around the frames, I remember a few issues ago that there was an article all about how to do the flashing and make sure its all sealed up and the window installation part. anyway that you could point me in the direction of that article?
thanks guys love this Magazine!

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