Flashing a wood-framed chimney is like flashing a dormer, except there’s no roof behind it. Without protection, water can leak into the joint and rot your walls to direct uphill water away
Concentrate on the corners and think like water when overlapping the layers
I get this question all the time: "Stucco all the way down to the roofing: right or wrong?" Answer: WRONG. and here's why...
Ground zero for roof rot is often where roofs meet walls.
A haiku about a dragon with an alternative agenda ...
Another peek into the Hillbilly Toolbox reveals a great idea for stripping roofs: a pump jack shingle trough
Protect the eave from ice dams and sideways rain
Traditional shipbuilding lives on in coastal homes
How to install a roof to wall counter flashing and custom-cut one-piece step flashing into a brick wall.
Comprehensive package on flashing and detailing the drip-edge metal flashing on a roof.
When reroofs are piecemeal rather than systemic, little things like drip edge can snowball. #HonorYourCraft
I spotted this interesting roof construction in Cuenca, Ecuador: Branch logs as rafters; purlins of split branch logs with thin brick overlaid in two strata
Sixteen tips and a few good jokes, too