3 Types of Roof Valleys

The Three Types of Roof Valleys To Note

Town and Country Roofing has helped repair and replaced roofs throughout the DFW Metroplex area. These include roofs that feature various valleys. Such features add a distinct look to a body. But they also require extra care for ensuring the roof stays functional.

A valley is a spot formed when two sections of a roof slope download and link together. The sections will create a valley in the middle.

The valley requires extra support when finding the proper materials. These include the best possible tiles or other items necessary for keeping the roof protected.

The essential point about a valley is that there could be a gap between parts of your roof if not controlled well. You’ll need to see that your roof stays well under control to see there’s no problem with how well things look.

Three valley types may appear around your roof. We at Town and Country Roofing can serve all of these valleys on your roof.


An open valley is easy to notice. Shingles or tiles cannot cover it.

A metal material will often go in an open valley to produce a firm body. A base sheet can go over this part at the end. The additional protection allows for enough of a guard while ensuring there’s a sense of continuity on the roof. Be sure to paint the material the same color as the tiles on the rest of the roof.

2. Closed Cut

A closed cut valley features a continuous look. There does not appear to be any sharp spots here. The tiles make it look as though the roof is covered over a full surface. The body seems appealing when trying to create something complete. Tiles are trimmed create a brilliant look all around.

The cut design has a consistent look all around. Ensure the materials used here are colored and shaped properly to make everything look fresh. The look all around should feature a decent design that is attractive and suitable.

3. Closed Woven

A closed woven valley has a seam where two planes link together with a woven-like look. The interlacing creates a design that expresses the natural contours around your roof. The area requires enough properly-shaped tiles to ensure it all looks its best.

The designs will dictate how well they appear and what materials are necessary. Plan out the valley before starting. It will ensure proper alignment and avoid any gaps in the roofing system.

Each of these valleys on your roof has unique needs for care. You’ll need the correct forms of protection for each of these if they are to stay looking healthy. Failing to cover the valleys well enough can cause damages to develop. You can ask us at Town and Country Roofing about getting the appropriate protection ready for any of these valleys where you are. We’ll see that what you have receives the coverage that it needs.

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