Formed metal sheeting secured to walls, curbs, or other surfaces, for use in protecting the top edge of base flashings from exposure to weather.
A metal flashing usually used to cover another flashing and prevent moisture entry.
A flashing usually used on chimneys at the roofline to cover shingle flashing and to prevent moisture entry.
The flashing which is imbedded at its top in a wall or other vertical structure and is lapped down over shingle flashing.
metal surfacing especially for chimneys at roof line.
Formed metal, elastomeric sheeting or other material secured on or into a wall, curb, pipe, roof-top unit, or other surface, to cover and protect the upper edge of a base flashing and its associated fasteners.
Metal or other material on a wall surface which is located above and overlapping a vertical flashing (base flashing) below. Usually installed within a reglet in the wall.
Flashing that extends over another flashing.
(1) Formed metal or elastomeric sheeting secured on or into a wall, curb, pipe, rooftop unit or other surface, to cover and protect the upper edge of the membrane base flashing or underlying metal flashing and its associated fasteners from exposure to the weather; (2) That portion of the flashing attached to a vertical surface to prevent water from migrating behind the base flashing. See FLASHING.
Substance or material used at the top of a chimney at the roof to inhibit the development of moisture and to protect the metal with one end embedded in the masonry and the other edge overlapping the roof flashing.
A type of flashing used on chimneys at the roofline to cover shingle flashing and prevent moisture from seeping into the attic.