Gibraltar drip edge flashing can be used with asphalt shingles or metal roofing panels.
Roof ridge flashing detail.
Copper base flashing is installed on both sides of the batten with brass screws and lead washers.
The base flashings maintain contact with the shingles by spring action.
The copper ridge cap is locked into the base flashings.
This drip edge flashing provides protection from water damage along the eaves and rake of a roof.
Hip ridge cap shingles accentuate the natural beauty of your architectural shingle roof and can even add dimension and depth to a 3 tab shingle roof learn more.
This detail involves the use of a ridge batten anchored to the ridge pole.
Roof flashing is a thin material usually galvanized steel that professional roofers use to direct water away from critical areas of the roof wherever the roof plane meets a vertical surface like a wall or a dormer.
A ridge flashing is fitted over the smaller gable ridge butting up to the wall cladding and the bargeboard is installed over the ridge.
A critical component of step flashings along the run of the roof slope is a kick out flashing.
Flashing is installed to surround roof features such as vents chimneys and skylights.
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Edge flashing and starter strip roofs peel off from the edges so it is critical to hold them tight with the roof deck sealed on the outside we turn to flashing the edges with metal and membranes metal drip edge flashing details roofing wrb flashing.
See the benefits of hip and ridge cap shingles a new roof is more than just shingles.
In traditional house framing also called stick framing a basic roof frame consists of opposing pairs of sloping rafters that meet at their top ends at a ridge board or ridge beam.
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Flashing 3 is a standard barge flashing that on the large gable roof extends beyond the ridgeline of the smaller gable and aligns with the bottom edge of the ridge flashing see figure 2 c.
The kick out flashing directs water away from the adjoining wall and ensures that the step flashing is not concentrating water on the surface of that wall.
The extra kick at the bottom of the face directs run off away from the structure.
For pitched roofs regardless of the application or type of flashing used the purpose of flashing is to direct the flow of water that leaks into the intersection down and away from the interior of the structure to the topside of the roofing material.