TS Details:E4.7.5 (Tile - Curb Flashing)

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TS Details:E4.7.5 (Tile - Curb Flashing)

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TS Details:E4.7.5 (Tile - Curb Flashing)

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(1) Curb flashing
Curb flashings are applied around skylights, chimneys or other larger penetrations. The basic principle is to deflect the water rushing against the uproof side, safely around then on top of the tiles on the down roof side.
(2) Upper flashing
Upper flashings should extend 150 mm (6") past corners on each side, then formed around soakers.
(3) Lower flashing
Lower flashing should extend 100 mm (4") past corners and lapped under the soakers.
(4) Mortar or mastic
A mortar or mastic bedding should be applied to the tops of the concrete tile before flashing to prevent wind blown rain or vermin from entering.

NOTE: See the Standard for additional requirements.

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