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Flashing into stone

Discussion in 'Building' started by William Lawrence, 30 Jun 2019.

  1. William Lawrence

    William Lawrence

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    B1848DC6-B236-4946-A5FC-419915F66180.jpeg I’m about to start work on converting and extending an old stone barn. Ground floor extension is due to be flashed into a round stone wall (external of turret style room) for a short section above the door (see picture). Surface of stonework is irregular and curved (see picture) which makes things tricky - especially with joints often being up to 2 inches further set back than the stones in some places (see picture). A regular stone saw wouldn’t get deep enough to flash - any suggestions welcome?
     
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    You would not want a lead flashing on that , but use a mortar fillet.
     
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