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Home Flashing before Brick or Stone

Any time you have masonry on the exterior of a home, you need to make sure to incorporate base wall flashing. As you can see, this house has wood framing that has not been house wrapped yet. That's because house wrap isn't enough protection, hence the use of base wall flashing, which takes any water that runs down the wall and flushes it out.

It's a simple process, all you must do is a quick install at the base of the wall. The product in this video is stainless steel through-wall flashing PROSOCO, which is attached to the wall by PROSOCO's R-Guard FastFlash. Watch the quick video to see how Risinger performs this quick install.

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