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0077 Roof Intersection with Brick Wall Above - Roofing - Roof Wall Flashings
 
0077 Roof Intersection with Brick Wall Above - Roofing - Roof Wall Flashings -

Image Text: The top of the flashing should be let 1 inch into the mortar joint and sealed > simply caulking it to the face of the brick will lead to quick deterioration > the apron of the flashing should extend 6 inches to 12 inches across the roof (6 inches is more typical) the steeper the roof is, the shorter this part of the flashing can be > in good quality installations, the bottom edge is turned underneath > this hem makes for a stronger edge that is not sharp

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