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March 2008

CASE STUDIES

Flashing is of paramount importance to modern masonry walls. Today’s masonry wall must accommodate moisture penetration by providing a collection and drainage system. Flashing also helps prevent water penetration at interfaces with other building systems, such as windows and other penetrations. Through the following series of case studies, Masonry looks at three flashing systems and how they have worked in specific situations.

 

 

 

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