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Brick Counter Flashing Details

Counter flashing details with cement mortar-sealed joints. 

From: Build a Better Home: Roofs, Form A535
Brick Counter Flashing Details
Roof Ridge Detail—Pan and Cover Tile

Pan and cover tile roof ridge detail with underlayment felt and ridge closure.

From: Build a Better Home: Roofs, Form A535
Roof Ridge Detail—Pan and Cover Tile
Slab-On-Grade Foundation

Slab-on-grade foundation with floor and footing poured as one unit and the floor at, or only slightly above, ground level. 

From: Build a Better Home: Foundations, Form A520
Slab-On-Grade Foundation
Concrete Masonry Crawl Space Foundation

Crawl space foundation with unfinished dirt floor at or below adjacent ground level. 

From: Build a Better Home: Foundations, Form A520
Concrete Masonry Crawl Space Foundation
Water Table Slope

Foundation drains prevent moisture infiltration with rising water tables.

From: Build a Better Home: Foundation, Form A520
Water Table Slope
Sill Flashing at Sliding Glass Door

Sill flashing installation to sliding glass door opening.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Sill Flashing at Sliding Glass Door
Window Opening Detail—Brick Veneer

Cross-section of window opening showing integration of structure's water-resistive system in a wall with brick veneer.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Window Opening Detail—Brick Veneer
Wall to Foundation Flashing at Brick Ledge

Flashing and water-resistive barrier installation at bridge ledge.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Wall to Foundation Flashing at Brick Ledge
Wall to Roof Flashing—Stucco

Flashing installation at Portland cement stucco-to-roof intersection. 

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Wall to Roof Flashing—Stucco
Exterior Deck Water-Resistive System

Water-resistive system installation at an exterior deck.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Exterior Deck Water-Resistive System
Rain-Screen Wall Details

Rain-screen installation to exterior wall. 

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Rain-Screen Wall Details
Wall Penetration with Flashing

Integration of structure's water-resistive system at a typical wall penetration.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Wall Penetration with Flashing
Wall to Roof Flashing—Brick Veneer

Flashing installation at brick veneer-to-roof intersection.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Wall to Roof Flashing—Brick Veneer
Window Flashing with Building Paper

Step-by-step installation for window flashing when using building paper. 

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Window Flashing with Building Paper
Window Flashing with Water-Resistive Barrier

Step-by-step installation for window flashing when using water-resistive barrier. 

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Window Flashing with Water-Resistive Barrier
Window Opening Detail—Wood Siding

Cross-section of window opening showing integration of structure's water-resistive system in a wall with wood siding. 

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Window Opening Detail—Wood Siding
Z-Flashing Installation—APA Rated Siding

Proper installation of z-flashing in a single wall system with APA Rated siding.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Z-Flashing Installation—APA Rated Siding
Window Opening Detail—Stucco

Cross-section of window opening showing integration of structure's water-resistive system in a wall with Portland Cement stucco wall covering.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Window Opening Detail—Stucco
Wall to Foundation Flashing—Stucco

Flashing installation at termination of Portland Cement stucco exterior wall covering.

From: Build a Better Home: Walls, Form A530
Wall to Foundation Flashing—Stucco
R20 Wall—2x4 Framing

2x4 framing with insulated siding, insulated headers, R15 cavity insulation, and double top plates. Framing factor assumed to be no greater than 22 percent (see footnote a).

From: IECC Compliance Options for Wood-Frame Wall Assemblies, Form P320
R20 Wall—2x4 Framing
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