EPDM - flat roof to pitched corner question

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Any help greatly appreciated on this.

New build in the planning. It has an EPDM flat roof dormer that meets a pitched roof with a few rows of plain tiles above and to the sides of the dormer.

I can’t find any decent pics of the EPDM corner details where the flat roof meets the pitched roof.

Rubber4roofs suggests stick on corners.
This builder (great vid series btw) at 9:34 suggests a splayed EPDM piece
Felted roofs seem to have a lead saddle at this point - not seen that on EPDM.

Anyone know what’s best practice and massive bonus points for a few photos.

Cheers!
 
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Felted roofs
It's all I've ever done, regards flat roofs. Mainly owing to the fact I have a brilliant felt roofer on hand. No Idea how the flashing detailing works regards the rubber or GRP. I stay well away from that stuff.
 
Any help greatly appreciated on this.

New build in the planning. It has an EPDM flat roof dormer that meets a pitched roof with a few rows of plain tiles above and to the sides of the dormer.

I can’t find any decent pics of the EPDM corner details where the flat roof meets the pitched roof.

Rubber4roofs suggests stick on corners.
This builder (great vid series btw) at 9:34 suggests a splayed EPDM piece
Felted roofs seem to have a lead saddle at this point - not seen that on EPDM.

Anyone know what’s best practice and massive bonus points for a few photos.

Cheers!
Firestone EPDM uses ready made EPDM corners which are activated using a primer .
They also use a product called Formflash which is can be stretched and dressed like lead , it uses a primer to activate the uncured butyl on the underside to make it stick.
 

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