Good afternoon all, and welcome to another round of Question of The Week.
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A reglet is used for 3 primary flashing situations. Valley, wall and ridge? T/F
Copper and lead flashing cannot be used in contact with or even above aluminum, zinc, or coated steel without an increased risk of premature corrosion unless you install a rifled ridge at the same time. T/ F
Chimney crickets or saddles work so well you can often forgo flashing and its associated problems. **T/ F **
4.The first known flashing materials were described on a Cuniform tablet found at the burial site of Sumerian architect Nebessh who designed the gardens for Neo-Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II, who ruled between 605 and 562 BC.** T/ F **
Good luck inspectors