fyrmnk Posted June 15, 2011 Report Share Posted June 15, 2011 Hi all, looking for a good detail on properly flashing a stone clad masonry chimney. Did a 2.2 mil house that was newly remodeled/built from the ground up. The roofer just surface fastened and sealed the flashing to the stone on the chimneys and of course it is already pulling away and gapped. I recommended removing the existing flashing on all the chimneys and properly cutting it into the masonry instead of just surface fastening, but haven't had much luck finding a good picture of a proper install except for ones that have access to the block. I couldn't see below the lip of the flashing to tell if they held the stone short of the roof line to where they can make the cut into just the blocks. Basically looking for a diagram for going directly into the stone in the event it isn't stopped short of the roof line. Can grooves be cut directly into the stone in the event the block isn't accessible? Will try to post pics soon. Thanks in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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