Flashing @ Parapet

Can anyone see this picture?

I’m trying a simple direct approach for adding pictures here.

I tried this in an email to Stuccoboy, he said he could not see the pictures, but I could.

Let me know if you can see the photo here plz…thx.

I talked to StuccoBoy and he said he can not see the picture!:smiley:

Well…can you see the picture here?

no I can not

http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i247/badstucco1/Parapet1.jpg

Just needs a big tube of caulk! :stuck_out_tongue:

Brian…can you see the picture in my First post?

Just lay the tube there and all is well!! HUH??? :smiley: :smiley:

Step on it, and smear it around with your shoe?-----:twisted:

And track it all over the roof!! ](,) ](,) ](,) ](,) :twisted:

I could not see the picture in the first post.

Nope, sure can’t. Only in post #5 can I see it.

Thanks Gary

Exactly, just lay the tube next to it. :mrgreen: :stuck_out_tongue:

Just like this. Is this wrong!? :mrgreen:

Parapet1.jpg

And keep the condom in your back pocket! :smiley: :cool:

Brian,

They need your CAULKING help in this thread also! :smiley: :smiley:

http://www.nachi.org/forum/showthread.php?t=31412

As for Dales picture!

IMO

The top of the wall needs to have flashing on all of the flat surface!

Never stucco a flat surface and expect it not to fail over time!

It is a good thing Dale does not get the moisture and freeze and thaw cycles others do.

Some commercial buildings have cap flashing at parapets, but not many new ones.

I see no pictures with parapet walls , but what do you see Dale?.

They need caps.What ar ethey doing other than caps?

Around here they still use clay, though I am starting to see more cheap sheet metal on commercial.

http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i247/badstucco1/Parapet3.jpg

http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i247/badstucco1/Parapet2.jpg