Flashing problems

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Apron flashing

Often found under dormer windows and skylights

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Skew flashing

Covering the join between the wall and the slope of the roof

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Valley Flashing

In this case covering the angle between two roof slopes

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Chimney flashing

Often formed like a skew flashing

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Central valley flashing or gutter

A large flashing, often walked on, also acting as a gutter. Lead is the most suitable material in this sensitive area of the roof.

"M" shaped roofs

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1. Apron flashing

Often found under dormer windows and skylights

2. Skew flashing

Covering the join between the wall and the slope of the roof

3. Valley Flashing

In this case covering the angle between two roof slopes

4. Chimney flashing

Often formed like a skew flashing

5. Central valley flashing or gutter

A large flashing, often walked on, also acting as a gutter. Lead is the most suitable material in this sensitive area of the roof.

"M" shaped roofs