Roof to masonry wall flashings

Originally Posted By: John M Borchers
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The following is an image from the education gallery…




The image doesn't show this flashing as being a 2 part flashing; step and counter flashing. It is supposed to be a 2 part flashing right?

TIA,
John


Originally Posted By: cmarshburn
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Right, you should have step flashing at this point. Which I’m assuming is what your saying. Which is back and up and back behind the brick.


I don’t have a graphic to put up but if you would like to call or e’mail me let me know.



Chris Marshburn


Marshburn Home Inspections

Originally Posted By: Guest
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It’s a shed roof illustrated. The flashing for the application is appropriate.


Originally Posted By: rsummers
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The typical installation for this application would be a 2 piece flashing. The 1st step would be to set the wall to roof flashing then to set a counter flashing. If the flashing was made out of 1 piece of metal the Roofer could not raise the metal to slide his shingle underneath.