Front Elevation -Brick
Remaining Elevations -Siding
Location of various flashings (roof only)
This orientation of stacking things on top of one another as they head down the roof is called
Cladding can be located on both the roof and walls.
Some examples include...
Door & Window Trims
Decorative spires and finials
Turret caps (Cone shaped, Sometimes faceted)
Flashing can be found everywhere on your roof but in many cases is hidden by other roofing materials, siding, and wooden trim.
Along walls, dormers, any vertical plane
(Step Flashing, Counterflashing)
In low pitch areas of the roof
Behind obstructions on the roof like chimneys
(Crickets, Pans, Head Flashing, Foot Flashings
Where two roofs meet
Light fixtures, outlets, hose bibs, trims
Around plumbing and ventilation piping, turbines, etc
(Pipe Jacks, Boots)
Over windows and doors, where the deck meets the house
Around the entire roof perimeter and at transitions from flat to pitched areas
Where pitch changes occur