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Posted By: fostertomWhenever I've seen the Lindab stuff it's rust streaked or tiny-spotted.
Posted By: PeterStarckLacomet
Posted By: PeterStarckJust over a year ago I paid £393 for 1m x 10m roll. It's very light and it's good stuff as long as it's being used on a flat surface because it doesn't stretch.
Posted By: fostertomBut working with lead is so ... creamy - it's a pity to miss the opportunity.
Posted By: an02ewpre formed sprayed steel
Posted By: fostertomPosted By: an02ewpre formed sprayed steelalong with the pressed steel pantiles-on-a-sheet? Instantly recognisable as ersatz IMHO. And the pressed steel cobble-up or cover piece where such hips meet at the apex, and the unclosed roll end at the eave - not shown in the pic. The 'soul' of lead is that it moulds elegantly in a hand-made way to every quirk and detail.I've nothing against modern materials/details - but only occasionally are they successful as a repro of a trad detail.
Posted By: PeterStarckHi MikeThe hip flashing is very impressive and exactly what I would like. If only I had the time. Maybe one day!Pete
Posted By: MikeRumneythis isn't pre-formed pressed steel ... it goes on just as lead would
Posted By: PeterStarckMike, I like the picture, that is excellent work, it looks very precise.
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