Four ways to prevent ice dams in three types of roof, for two climates in one video. Boom.
Counting down the top 15 pages of 2016. This one is #9. The mission of water is to turn houses to mush. Some drip edge flashings may actually help water accomplish this mission.
Counting down the top 15 pages of 2016. This one is #12. Ground zero for roof rot is often where roofs meet walls.
A look at types of drip edge flashing, how to cut it, and how to retrofit it to an existing roof.
A Mashup of traditional architecture, modern technology, and good old gravity
Edge metal, valley flashing, dormer, chimney, and kickout flashing shed water away from the connections between roofs, walls, chimneys, and other building assemblies
A big problem, for roofs in cold climates, but what causes it and how can you fix it?
I get this question all the time: "Stucco all the way down to the roofing: right or wrong?" Answer: WRONG. and here's why...
Flash the boot like any other roof penetration, and snap the tube into place—just make sure to align the hole between the ceiling joists...
Open metal valley flashing plus ice & water membrane - your whole roof will perform better
One in three fatalities on jobsites is due to falls
Flashing must extend all the way from the wall to the outside. Oh yeah, and it has to be watertight and eight people have to work on it...
A haiku about a dragon with an alternative agenda ...
Concentrate on the corners and think like water when overlapping the layers
Another peek into the Hillbilly Toolbox reveals a great idea for stripping roofs: a pump jack shingle trough
Roof valleys are like gutters with a steep pitch; but the stakes are higher for valleys than they are for gutters
Protect the eave from ice dams and sideways rain
Traditional shipbuilding lives on in coastal homes
Its not how fast you roof, its how well you roof fast
Work across the bottom and up one rake, then cover the other rake edge