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Boscoyo Snow Flakes

Started by mmais68569, October 30, 2018, 05:45:02 AM

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I have 8 of these snowflakes that I want to mount on my shingle roof. Any ideas on how to mount so they stay flat?[/size] Thanks Mike

rando1957

I zip tied mine to some 1/2in 12x12 plywood that I applied outdoor primed paint. Then each board had 2 1x1 in. skids on the bottom. Think of the design like the skids on a sled.  Attached parachord at the top and bottom of board and pulled it up on the roof from the other side. Secured to gutters on both sides.  Been using this solution for 5 years.
Randy McMasters
Graham, NC

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