Roof sheathing underlayment roofing material roof intersections flashing details and ventilation.
Flashing details at roof.
Details roofing wrb flashing flashing a wood framed chimney w a copper cricket cap flashing a wood framed chimney is like flashing a dormer except there s no roof behind it to direct uphill water away without protection water can leak into the joint and rot your walls.
A critical component of step flashings along the run of the roof slope is a kick out flashing.
The detail shows the method of flashing the head of a standing seam shed roof.
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Copper locking strips of the same weight as the flashing are soldered to the pans between seams at least 6 from the wall and engage the base.
The edge of the roof has thin metal flashing that helps water drip off the roof without damaging the home or causing a leak.
All roofing systems are made of a number of different components.
This drip edge flashing provides protection from water damage along the eaves and rake of a roof.
The bottom leg of the step flashing is placed over the roof drainage plane.
The standing seams are laid flat 8 from the vertical wall folded 3 4 and secured with copper cleats spaced 12 o c.
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Here s a look at some general principles of roof flashing that will help guide you through a proper repair or replacement or even new construction.
The flashing shall be a minimum of 4 inches 102 mm high and 4 inches 102 mm wide.
While some skylight manufacturers include flashing in their products sometimes roofing professionals have to create it or purchase it separately.
Gibraltar drip edge flashing can be used with asphalt shingles or metal roofing panels.
The kick out flashing directs water away from the adjoining wall and ensures that the step flashing is not concentrating water on the surface of that wall.
At the end of the vertical sidewall the step flashing shall be turned out in a manner that directs water away from the wall and onto the roof and or gutter while this is a nice diagram of how these flashings work don t forget our 5 th design rule.