Published: Jan 2006
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Self-adhering flashings provide a flexible and durable material that conforms to various wall planes, particularly those occurring in recessed wall openings. New flashing methods for the window-wall interface are available for this material. These new methods for designers are illustrated with step-by-step installation details for recessed windows, flush wall openings, recessed sills, and sill pan flashings. Considerations for flashing the window-wall interface are presented. A guide specification for self-adhering flashings is included for specifiers.
Detailing, Specification, Weather-Resistant Barrier (WRB), Self-Adhering Flashing (SAF), Recessed Opening, Sill Pan Flashing, Window Head Flashing
Senior Staff Architect, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc. (SGH), San Francisco, CA
Paper ID: STP37711S