A look at types of drip edge flashing, how to cut it, and how to retrofit it to an existing roof
Drip edge metal, valley flashing, dormer, chimney, and kickout flashing are types of roof flashing that shed water away from the connections between roofs, walls, chimneys, and other building assemblies
Dry in a newly-sheathed roof with a roll of Zip System tape
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The tiny house on stilts is ready for relaxation!
Flashing a wood-framed chimney is like flashing a dormer, except there’s no roof behind it. Without protection, water can leak into the joint and rot your walls to direct uphill water away
A silent movie about flashing metal roofing into a brick chimney from UnionCorrugating.
Flashing must extend all the way from the wall to the outside. Oh yeah, and it has to be watertight and eight people have to work on it...
Simple country houses, Brutalist bodegas, and superb craftsmanship
Roof valleys are like gutters with a steep pitch; but the stakes are higher for valleys than they are for gutters
There are many products in a roof assembly, so choose a system that is specifically designed to work together
Vapor barriers cause a lot more harm than good in many parts of North America. Understanding vapor barriers begins with knowing what it means to be one
Use skip sheathing and a ventilation space to extend the life of the shingles
Four ways to prevent ice dams in three types of roof, for two climates in one video. Boom.