I’m trying to figure the best way to flash the peak of a 4/12 gable roof where it intersects with a perpendicular wall… I’m in Seattle, so there is plenty of rain to keep out and test the solution.
Does someone make a flexible “peak” flashing of some sort? Or should I solder two pieces of cut & formed copper step flashing together?
I’m worried about the resulting intersection at the base of the flashings - even if I cut halfway along the 90Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Âº of step flashing and bend the lower halves to overlap, there is still that tiny hole where the edges will meet.
I’d prefer a “hard” solution to a “soft” one such as using some type of sealant, etc.
Thanks in advance!