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Old 01-14-2018, 08:57 PM   #6321
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Old 01-15-2018, 09:50 PM   #6322
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Far better looking to me
I can't quite put my finger on it, but something there just looks out of proportion.

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The last piece of flashing on the left is disproportionate to the vent behind it. Do you think that could be it?
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Old 01-16-2018, 10:23 AM   #6324
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I can't quite put my finger on it, but something there just looks out of proportion.
The picture of the Bay window roof shows the left hand side having a two brick drop on the exposure of the wall and the right hand side is a single course drop per piece of counter flashing.

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Old 01-16-2018, 06:12 PM   #6325
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Counterflashed twice,
Step flashed never....
Makes since.

And i love the way they staggered the screws into the wall.
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Client had her roof done in the spring. I'm renovating upstairs. Water coming in through the chimney flashing we suspect. Went out and looked. Entire house is counter flashed this way. Smh.

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There is definitely step slashing behind the counter flashing.
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I swear i can see brick under that counterflashing
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Wow, look at the step flashing on the left side of that bottom image. You blocked the vent. I don't care what you were thinking, I am lmao.
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Wow, look at the step flashing on the left side of that bottom image. You blocked the vent. I don't care what you were thinking, I am lmao.
You want to pay me to move the vent?because the ho sure didn't

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Wow, look at the step flashing on the left side of that bottom image. You blocked the vent. I don't care what you were thinking, I am lmao.
Had to follow what the last guy did. Where is some pics of your counter flashing smart guy?

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You do understand that the vent is that size for a reason? You claim to be fixing things. Obviously you, just follow the problem.
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Had to follow what the last guy did. Where is some pics of your counter flashing smart guy?

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I wouldn't touch the job.
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I wouldn't touch the job.
Only because you can't do it chump

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No, I won't do it. The last guy to touch it is responsible, I could be sued, claiming I am fixing things. What ever that vent is for, and you obviously don't know what it is, and don't understand air flow. Another contractor could be on that job and blame you. Have a nice day.
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No, I won't do it. The last guy to touch it is responsible, I could be sued, claiming I am fixing things. What ever that vent is for, and you obviously don't know what it is, and don't understand air flow. Another contractor could be on that job and blame you. Have a nice day.
It's an intake so...not sure who the hell you think you are but you certainly seem to think you are better than others.

I'd trim circles around you as well, I'm no one trick pony pal

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It's an intake so...not sure who the hell you think you are but you certainly seem to think you are better than others.

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Don't post thing to the wall of shame, claiming you fixed the problem. I would assume you would react like anyone else who is on this wall of shame, you are aware you are getting called out. Most of the images on this thread don't have a voice to rebuttal the claims of others.
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I am done leo.

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