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A roof flashing for bathroom fans can be easily installed with these tips from AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter. He'll walk you through the steps of locating the hole, cutting through your roof, positioning the roof flashing and trimming shingles.
Continuous flashing is sometimes seen where a roof meets a sidewall, but in the long run step flashing will do a better job of preventing water leaks.
Sidewalls, where a roof abuts a wall, are potential leak spots and rot spots. Good metal flashing prevents these problems, including a specially shaped “kick-flashing.”
The metal or rubber flashing around plumbing vents can deteriorate or rust through over time, creating water leaks. Here's how to replace the flashing and stop the leaks.
This traditional, time-tested flashing method guarantees a leakproof fix. Follow this step-by-step process and you can fix the leak and save $100s.
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