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    Mounting on a plain (Rosemary Tile) roof.

    I'm sure this must have been covered numerous times on the forum but my searching mojo isn't working, as it turned up nothing related with 'Plain tile' or 'Rosemary' I can find lots of videos showing fitting brackets to a plain clay tile roof (the tiles are often called 'Rosemary' in the UK)...
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    Why are some roof hooks (Brackets) very wide with multiple screw holes

    Thanks Tim, that makes sense though I'm surprised they seem to be so common for such a rare eventuality.
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    Why are some roof hooks (Brackets) very wide with multiple screw holes

    I'm trying to think when that versatility might be needed. Any ideas please? I'm asking just in case they would be useful for me?
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    Why are some roof hooks (Brackets) very wide with multiple screw holes

    Some Hooks (Brackets) have just two screw holes for attaching to rafters and some have a much wider base and can be offset. Why would you want to offset the bracket positions? (I am having to put the rails up the roof (vertical rather than the more common horizontal)
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    Brackets for a Feather edged close boarded roof.

    In case it helps anyone else here is a photo of a feather edged close boarded roof (Quite common on 1920's/1930's roofs I'm told by a roofer)
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    Brackets for a Feather edged close boarded roof.

    I've found brackets should work when used with support beams going up the roof with Landscape mounted Panels: https://midsummerwholesale.co.uk/buy/fastensol-pitched-roof-mounting/hook-rosemary-landscape
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    Brackets for a Feather edged close boarded roof.

    Suggestions for Panel Brackets on a Feather edged close boarded roof please. My West Sussex house (UK) has a 'closely boarded' roof using 'Feather Edge' boards I'm hoping to put 7 Panels on the sloping roof and another 6 on our flat roof. Hopefully my photo explains what 'closely boarded' roof...
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