Roof Flashing

Roof Flashing is placed around discontinuities of objects which protrude from the roof of a building (suck as pipes and chimneys or edges of other roofs) to deflect water away from seams or joints and in valleys where the runoff is concentrated.

Wall Flashing

Wall flashing may be embedded in a wall to direct water that has penetrated the wall back outside, or it may be applied in a manner intended to prevent the entry of water into the wall.  Found at interruptions in the wall, such as windows and point of structural support.

Roof Penetration Flashing

Are used to waterproof pipes, supports, cables, and all roof protrusions.  Stainless steel penetrating flashing have proven to be the longest lasting & most reliable roof flashing type.

Still Flashing

Is a concealed flashing placed under windows or door threshold to prevent water from entering a wall at those points


A structure incorporating flashing has be carefully engineered and constructed so that water is directed away from the structure and not inside.  Flashing improperly installed can direct water into a building