This project is continued from Part 8. The new porch roof details are illustrated with the stucco apron/headwall flashing and counter flashing installation steps. A section of rotted soffit and fascia board are also replaced. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
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This project is continued from Part 6. Rotted roof deck panels caused by water leaks were discovered the during the new roof installation after a hail storm. The source of the roof leak is traced back to toe boards the home builder nailed through the shingles and filled with caulk. This article explains how to [...]
This project is continued from Part 5. Drip edge flashing is installed on the roof eaves and rakes to protect the fascia board, and to cover the “carpenter’s gap” between the roof deck and fascia to keep squirrels out of the attic. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This project is continued from Part 2. The bullnose style gutter covers work by wicking rain water into the gutter while tree debris falls over the side, keeping the gutter clean. However, gutter covers can’t make up for an poorly installed gutters that are uneven and lacking sufficient pitch, or slope, to drain properly. The [...]
This project is continued from Part 1. Before installing the new bullnose metal gutter covers, I cleaned most of the tree debris from the flip-up screen gutter covers that will be replaced. The flip-up gutter screens do a good job of keeping the gutters clean. The problem with the screens is tree debris is caught [...]
This article explains how to tune-up your rain gutters and install a bull-nose metal rain gutter cover. The gutter is cleaned, remounted with a proper slope for drainage and metal gutter covers installed. Bullnose gutter covers are probably the best solution for keeping debris out of the rain gutter to minimize difficult and expensive gutter [...]