Plies of roof membrane material used to seal a roof at the vertical plane intersections, such as at a roof-wall and roof-curb junctures.
the portion of the flashing which is attached to, or rest on the roof deck.
A part of waterproofing that is attached to or resting on a roof deck and usually goes up a parapet wall or rooftop unit. It is used to aid in directing the flow of water onto the rooftop.
The upturned edge of a watertight membrane formed at a roof termination point by the extension of the felts vertically over the cant strip and up the wall for a varying distance where they are secured with mechanical fasteners.
1. That portion of the flashing which is attached to or rests on the roof deck to direct the flow of water on the roof, or to seal against the roof deck. 2. A material applied to the base of a wall extending above a roof, as a protection for the junction of the wall, and the roof. The simple principle is to turn the membrane up along the vertical surface, so that the roofing forms a large watertight tray, the only outlets from which are the roof drains to dispose of the water. Bituminous felts are usually used for a bituminous roofing. French (Solin de base)
The flashing at the joint between a roofing surface and a vertical surface.
That portion of the flashing attached to or resting on the deck to direct the flow of water onto the roof covering.
see FLASHING. .