Aerial of the Metal Roof we Worked on

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    Siding too large to caulk

    As you can see in the photo the bottom of the siding creates a gap that Is 3/4 of an inch to an inch. This is a picture of a wall with wooden siding that has a piece of trim metal running the length of where the siding meets the roof

    I fixed this by custom bending and cutting flashing to match each section and I screwed it in and sealed it off. Then caulked the entire length of wooden trim.

    This is a picture of a wall with wooden siding that has triangular pieces of metal flashing between each piece of siding. Closing the gaps between each siding piece

    This is a picture of a piece of triangular metal flashing between two pieces of wooden siding

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    Improperly flashed roof transition

    In this picture you can see outlined in red is the flashing I added. I forgot to get a before picture but I added this piece. It went 16 inches up under the metal roofing and 6 inches up the siding. I sealed the metal to the wall and screwed it off. I then caulked all the screw heads. This is definitely waterproof and is more than likely the main reason it was leaking still. 

    This is a picture of a red piece of metal flashing that goes under the metal roofing and butts up against a wooden wall and is sealed and screwed to the wall

     This is a picture of a red piece of metal flashing that goes under the metal roofing and butts up against a wooden wall and is sealed and screwed to the wall

     

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