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0124 Sloped Roof Draining onto Flat Roof - Flat Roofing - Flat Roof Flashings
 
0124 Sloped Roof Draining onto Flat Roof - Flat Roofing - Flat Roof Flashings -

Image Text: Typical installation: the roof membrane should be extended 3 feet up the roof (underneath the shingles) > shingles > roof sheathing > roof rafter > built up roof > roof sheathing > roof rafter > Better installation: shingles > the roof membrane should be extended 3 feet up the roof (underneath the shingles) > some roofers prefer to install a metal flashing to cover the lower portion of the steep roof as this is where water and snow tend to accumulate > roof sheathing > roof rafter > metal flashing at bottom > roof sheathing > roof rafter > section through roof

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