If this is a repair job the siding must also be removed and replaced with the flashing.
Flashing siding peak.
Vinyl this is the type of flashing that usually comes with vinyl siding.
This has proven problematic over time as caulking the joint results in unsightly surface appearances due to the different textures as well as resulted.
Attach each piece with a single nail high enough to be covered by the next course of flashing the building wrap and the siding.
The flashing needs to be installed before installing the roof shingles.
The exterior of a house presents plenty of opportunity for leaks.
A key part of my approach is using a special piece of flashing at this.
If the shingle already has flashing on it the kickout flashing has to slip beneath it and you ll have to loosen or remove siding to do this.
The flashing extends up the wall at least 4 the flashing extends onto the roof a minimum of 2 inches 4 inches is preferable in more severe climate areas.
Tape this is the newest form of flashing and comes as a self adhering flexible membrane.
If the sidewall is stucco or solid wood like ours and you can t open it to get flashing behind it continue the step flashing to the peak of the roof then cover the step flashing with cap flashing.
This roof ends in a peak.
The metal flashing is formed with a hook edge and cleated on 12 centers.
L shaped flashing is a versatile general use flashing used where a uniform or strengthened finish is needed on a 90 surface.
Drive one nail to hold it in place.
L flashing can be cut into smaller lengths to use as step flashing.
A common problem with cement board siding products and some other types of horizontal lap siding is that older installation guidelines called for caulking the joint instead of flashing the joint.
First step flashing must be installed before the siding so that the siding can cover the top of the flashing.
Made with 28 gauge galvanized steel l flashing can play an essential part in protecting your home against water damage.
Install a reverse peak flashing for the other side of the roof so the two wall edges overlap in an x nail step flashing at a peak so the roof side extends over peak flashing on the roof.
A common problem area is the point where a gutter dies into an adjoining wall as the photo below illustrates.
For the first side cut the step flashing along the fold line and bend down the lower flap.