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Oct 8, 2011 ... Riley shows his way, the only way how to install step flashing. Riley explains its
easy to do when it comes to new construction. Riley says most ...
Continuous flashing is sometimes seen where a roof meets a sidewall, but in the
long run step flashing will do a better job of preventing water leaks.
GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 13) Flashing is used to seal and protects joints
in a building from water penetration by direct the flow of water away from these ...
Retrofitting Step Flashing I Roofing Over Existing Shingles.
Roof flashing is used to direct water flow away from places where it can collect. ...
Now, notch the first step flashing so that it will bend to go around the chimney ...
Next, install the step flashing, with the next course of shingles over top of it. This
process will continue up the entire roof. Step flashing needs to turn up a ...
Flashing should overlap the roof-covering material, but on asphalt shingle roofs,
... All shingle manufacturers require step flashing at sidewalls for both asphalt, ...
Jan 16, 2006 ... Step flashing protects the joints between the roof deck and chimneys or dormers.
Step flashing fits to each course of shingles and appears to ...
While the building code now allows you to install continuous flashing along a
sloped roof-to-wall intersection, the author cautions against it and instead
As we see in our step flashing re-use at re-roofing time photo (left) the installer
cut the new shingles too long so they have two reasons to be buckled, lifted, and