I don't know about "roll flashing". I am not familiar with
that term. I would use wall angle at that juncture. I like
to have mine custom made and I have it bent with 6" exposed
and 6" up the wall. Cover the wall side with Ice and water
shield sealing the felt or housewrap over the flashing. This
seals any nail holes that you have to make through the siding
and through the flashing.
Gonna have to do a very similar area (first pic) myself when I finish the
main body roof.
Believe he is talking about the flashing material that comes on a roll
various widths 10/14/20",etc. Stuff you bend yourself. I've seen it in
aluminum and galvanized.
Haven't seen it myself but online it seems the Borg has Roll Stock Vinyl
Flashing. Anyone ever use it? Pros or cons?
Never dealt with putting it on a house with vinyl siding. I know there's
a tool to pull siding. What about that bottom piece where the siding
meets the roof? Nailed in?
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