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Old 1/20/14, 7:13 PM
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Default Small update of the "How to Inspect Moisture Intrusion" course

We did a small update of InterNACHI's free online "How to Inspect Moisture Intrusion" course at http://education.nachi.org/show.php?...5&course_id=57, which is a section on caulks and sealants.



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Default Small update of the "How to Inspect Moisture Intrusion" course

Great add thanks





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Default Re: Small update of the "How to Inspect Moisture Intrusion" course

Figure 22 - "Brick Veneer Flashing at Roof" in the Inspecting for Moisture Intrusion course appears to show the head flashing over only 2 bricks which is usually less than 6". Closer to 4" actually. I believe head flashing must extend a minimum of 6" down the brick face and overlap the lower flashing not less than 4"
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Figure 22 - "Brick Veneer Flashing at Roof" in the Inspecting for Moisture Intrusion course appears to show the head flashing over only 2 bricks which is usually less than 6". Closer to 4" actually. I believe head flashing must extend a minimum of 6" down the brick face and overlap the lower flashing not less than 4"
Okay. I'll take a look.



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