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Old 09-06-2019, 10:20 AM   #1
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Roof-To-Wall Flashing Detail With Flat Siding


T&G siding.

Just straight L-Metal will divert water behind the siding.

Only thing I can think of, is a piece of kick-out flashing, just like on a stucco wall.

Or maybe there's something else I'm missing?
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Kickout is what I have on my house.

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There is no real good way to do it. It always leaves a gap where you cut it in. I try and belly band just below if I can get away with it, that way at least the belly band flashing will help add some protection.

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There's plenty of good ways to do kickouts...and you need one!
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That's what I ended up doing.

It's just a little 7x5 gabled door covering.

Main house has horizontal T&G cedar.

I folded and bent a little kickout from a piece of L-metal for each side. I don't like to cut it, and end up depending on caulk.

I got it pretty tight to the wall, with a little finesse.
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