Flashing on a roof.

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Old 10-26-13, 03:51 PM
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Flashing on a roof.

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I have attached two pictures, where my dish is, that was an addition put onto the house, if you look at that roof where it meets the house i believe it needs flash, their is nothing their right now and if snow blows up in their i am afraid it could melt and cause damage, what could i do or how do i do flashing for that?
 
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Old 10-26-13, 04:26 PM
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It's possible that the wall flashing is simply covered up by the final row of shingles. Roofers sometimes do that to hide the ugly flashing. The previous row of shingles is usually tucked under the flashing, while the final cut row is nailed over the flashing. Get up on a ladder and check the ends... by lifting up slightly on that last shingle, you should be able to see whether or not there is a galvanized wall flashing behind there.
 
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Old 10-27-13, 12:38 AM
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What makes you think there nothing there? If it was done right you should not be able to see it.
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