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CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

Typical Membrane Flashings

Built-up Roofing Membrane Flashing · 4 Ply Built-up Roof · Protected Membrane Roof Assembly

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Sheet Metal Flashings

General Flashing Joints · End Joints · Inside Parapet Corners · Metal Cap Flashing, Site-Formed Wall Transition

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Flashing Details

Parapets and Copings · Low Parapet, Deck Supported by Wall · Low Parapet, Deck Not Supported by Wall · High Parapet, Deck Supported by Wall · Parapet, Intersecting with Wall · High Parapet Roof Edges and Fascias · Roof Edge Cant Strip · Gravel Stop Counter Flashings · Reglet Detail, Deck Supported by Wall · Reglet Detail, Deck Not Supported by Wall · Wall Base and Surface Reglet Flashing Stucco Wall (Re-roofing) · Double Surface Reglet Flashing, Concrete / Stone / Steel - Requires Variance · Low Door Sill Flashings · Window Curb Flashings Separation Joints · Expansion Joint · Roof Divider / Control Joint · Fire Separation Joint · Wood Frame Construction Curbs, Penetrations, and Openings · Curb Opening (Air Handling Units) · Equipment Sleeper · Curbed Multiple Roof Penetrations · Gum Pans (Pitch Pockets) · Metal Plumbing Flashing · Mechanical Curb Opening · Two Part Cable Flashing (Re-roofing Detail)

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Water Control and Drainage · Cast Iron Drain · Spun Copper Roof Drain · Clamping Spun Copper Roof Drain · Open Wall Scupper with Hopper · Thru Wall Scupper with Hopper Roof Anchors · Eye Roof Anchors, Conventional and Protected Membrane Roof Assembly · Wall Anchor, Conventional Roof Assembly · Wall Anchor, Protected Membrane Roof Assembly

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TYPICAL MEMBRANE FLASHINGS

Typical Membrane Flashings: this section deals with the specific application required for roof membrane flashings.

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Built-Up Roofing Membrane Flashing · · 4-Ply Built-Up Roof Protected Membrane Roof Assembly

Due to the absence of "generic" details for flexible membrane flashings, the manufacturer's printed details must be consulted. The principles shown in Tab 10.3 Flashing Details generally apply. Refer to Tab 5.3 for Modified Bituminous Details and Tab 6.3 for Non-bituminous Flexible Membrane (Single Ply) Details.

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BUILT-UP ROOFING MEMBRANE FLASHING:

4-PLY BUILT-UP ROOF

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) Primer: Apply primer to wood and concrete surfaces directly adhered with hot asphalt. Asphalt Four-Ply Built-Up Roof Membrane: Four plies of No. 15 asphalt-saturated perforated felt in moppings of hot asphalt. Carry to top of cants. See Tab 4 and RGC Guarantee Standard B Three-Ply Membrane Flashing: Three plies of No. 15 asphalt-saturated perforated felt in moppings of hot asphalt with: the first ply extending 50 mm (2") from toe of cant, second ply 100 mm (4") from toe of cant and third ply 150 mm (6") from toe of cant, and all plies carried up vertical surface a minimum of 200 mm (8"). Mechanically fasten top ply along top or outside edge as indicated on flashing details (Tab 10.3) and Tab 4. One-Ply Mineral Surfaced Membrane Flashing: Granulated minimum 2 mm reinforced SBS modified bituminous membrane, adhered in a full mopping of hot asphalt, extend from 50 mm (2") on roof deck to top of cants. See RGC Guarantee Standard B5.6 Pour Coat and Gravel: For slopes up to 1:24 (1/2" in 12") a double pour coat and gravel, modified double pour coat and gravel, or alternate method, is required; 1:24 (1/2" in 12") up to 1:5 (2 ½" in 12") a single pour coat and gravel must be used. See RGC Guarantee Standard B5.3

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BUILT-UP ROOFING MEMBRANE FLASHING: PROTECTED MEMBRANE ROOF ASSEMBLY

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) Primer: Apply primer to wood and concrete surfaces directly adhered with hot asphalt. Asphalt Built-Up Roofing and Membrane Flashing: See RGC Guarantee Standards for non-organic felt or membrane only.

(3,4,5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Flood Coat: Mop hot asphalt. Allow to cool. Insulation: Extruded polystyrene (CAN / ULC-S701-97, Type 4). DO NOT EMBED IN ASPHALT. Filter Fabric: Loose lay, shingle fashion in the direction of the slope. Gravel Ballast (or Pavers): To insulation manufacturer's recommendation.

(10) Metal Base Flashing NOTE:

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Metal flashing to "kick out" minimum 50 mm (2") over insulation and filter fabric. Cant strips (wood or fibreboard) are required for all built-up roof systems. Refer to RGC Guarantee Standards for additional requirements.

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SHEET METAL FLASHINGS

GENERAL Sheet metal flashings are designed to divert water away from the membrane flashing termination, usually onto the roof. The metal flashing also protects the membrane from deterioration due to the elements and from mechanical damage. The metal flashing is not a waterproofing membrane, therefore the roofing membrane should be continuous under the metal (see details Tab 10.3 and RGC Guarantee Standards for requirements). Metal flashing is essential to complete most waterproofing and roofing applications and attention to detail is critical. Some basic rules to observe when designing or installing metal flashings are:

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only "S-lock" or "standing seams" are permitted (see Tab 10.2.1) metal counter flashings always go on top of the completed roof membrane limit metal flashing lengths to 3.04 m (10' ) extend base flashings down over membrane flashing at cants to minimum 25 mm (1") above roof membrane surface. (Not applicable to protected membrane roof assemblies.)

For further details, the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association, Inc. (SMACNA) publishes a reliable reference for the proper design and installation of architectural sheet metal. The Architectural Sheet Metal Manual is available from:

Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association, Inc. c/o British Columbia Sheet Metal Association 156 - 4664 Lougheed Hwy Burnaby, B.C. V5C 5T5 (604) 299-4641

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FLASHING JOINTS

END JOINTS

END JOINTS in metal flashings are made using any one of the joints shown in this section, providing the following rules are complied with: (1) Expansion: Allowances should be made for expansion and contraction. Soldered joints are not acceptable. (2) Underlayment: Membrane under cap flashing. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (3) Clips: Standing seams are fastened to wood blocking before applying the following length, using nails and clips. (4) Fasteners: S-locks and Double S-locks are nailed through the single leaf before applying the following length. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.8 (5) Metal Cap Flashing: Fastened with continous concealed clips or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. NOTE:

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Refer to RGC Guarantee Standards for additional requirements Further detail on fastening of flashing is detailed in the SMACNA Manual referenced in Tab 10.2

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FLASHING JOINTS:

INSIDE PARAPET CORNER

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) Metal Cant Flashing: Standing seam required at corners of cant. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.8 Metal Base Flashing: Vertical runs over 100 mm (4") require standing seam or S-lock corners. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.8. Cross-breaks and cladding-type fasteners are optional. Double S-Lock Corner: Fastened through concealed flanges to top of parapet. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.8. Metal Cap Flashing ­ Interior Face: Fastened with continuous clips or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. Over 100 mm (4") width requires standing seam. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. Seam: Lap seam is acceptable if vertical distance is not more than 100 mm (4"). See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.8 Metal Cap Flashing ­ Top Face: Over 100 mm (4") width must provide positive slope to roof area. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Standing Seam Metal Cap Flashing ­ Outside Face: Corner standing seams may be folded flat on outside face only. Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. Acceptable Parapet Sloped Blocking: Required over minimum 100 mm (4") parapet width. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9

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FLASHING JOINTS

METAL CAP FLASHING SITE-FORMED WALL TRANSITION

FABRICATION PROCEDURE (1) Metal Cap Flashing: Cut to form a 25mm (1") wide flange for seam fabrication at cap flashing /wall transitions. Fasten outside face with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or with two concealed discontinuous clips or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for additional reqiurements for metal flashings.Cap flashing over 100 mm (4") in width must provide positive slope to roof area. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Gusset Flange: Site fabricated a minimum of 100mm (4") wider than the top, inside and outside face of metal cap flashing. Metal gusset flange to match profile of cap flashing with an additional allowance of 12.7 mm (1/2") of material for seaming. Gusset Flange must lap under sheathing membrane and wall cladding or finish by a minimum of 75mm (3"). Double Fold Seam: Site formed standing seam folded flat on back surface of wall transition gusset to form double fold seam. Optional: Install polyurethane caulking seam tape prior to forming double folded seam.

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FLASHING DETAILS

This section is intended to be used in conjunction with 10.1, 10.2, and the membrane manufacturer's details. The details are designed to assist the design authority by demonstrating the principles involved. Since every construction project is different, the details should be adapted to suit the specific requirements. Re-roofing: The flashing guidelines illustrated should, in most cases, be adaptable for use in re-roofing and retrofit projects. The wall and deck constructions shown are intended to be representative of new construction only. The membrane and metal flashing guidelines should be modified to suit the conditions that exist on each specific project. It is important to note that, in many situations on existing roof, it is impractical or impossible to install the membrane and / or metal flashings to the ideal standard. In those instances, the modifications will have to reflect site conditions. The following details are intended to illustrate some of the principles involved in the correct design of metal and membrane flashings. Specific details must be "thought-out" on paper for individual situations and should be clearly depicted. "Typical" details should not be used.

REMEMBER! 80% OF ROOF PROBLEMS ARE DETAIL PROBLEMS.

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PARAPETS AND COPINGS:

LOW PARAPET DECK SUPPORTED BY WALL

WORK INCLUDED (1) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. (2) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (3) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (4) Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (6) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to outside face of parapet blocking (D). Do not mop outside edge. At least one ply must extend over outside edge. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (7) Metal Base Flashing: Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Cap Flashing: Flashings 7 and 8 may be one piece. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Acceptable Wall Surface (D) Wood Blocking (E) Sloped Wood Blocking: Required over 100 mm (4") parapet width. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 NOTE:

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PARAPETS AND COPINGS:

LOW PARAPET DECK NOT SUPPORTED BY WALL

WORK INCLUDED (1) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. (2) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (3) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (4) Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (6) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to outside face of parapet blocking (F). Do not mop outside edge. At least one ply must extend over outside edge. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (7) Metal Base Flashing: Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Cap Flashing: Flashings 7 and 8 may be one piece. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Acceptable Wall Surface (D) Wood Blocking (E) Flexible Insulation (F) Sloped Wood Blocking: Required over 100 mm (4") parapet width. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 NOTE:

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PARAPETS AND COPINGS:

HIGH PARAPET DECK SUPPORTED BY WALL

WORK INCLUDED (1) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. (2) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (3) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (4) Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2, C4.1 and C4.2 (5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (6) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to parapet at termination. (7) Metal Base Flashing: Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Counter Flashing: Minimum 250 mm (10") above roof surface. (9) Metal Cap Flashing: Required whenever the primary roof membrane flashing/stripping is carried over the top of parapet walls. See RGC Guarantee Standards A6.9 and 6.10 RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Acceptable Wall Surface (D) Wood Blocking (E) Sloped Wood Blocking: Required over 100 mm (4") parapet width. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9. (F) Wall Sheathing Membrane: Minimum 1 mm (0.040") self-adhered modified bitumen. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6. (G) Exterior Wall Finish (H) Metal Cap Flashing: Required by others whenever the primary roof membrane is not carried over top of the parapet and/or when the wall finish is by others. (Unless specified otherwise). (I) Cap Flashing underlay: Minimum 1 mm (0.040" or 40 mil) self-adhered modified bitumen. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 NOTE: · Refer to RGC Guarantee Standards for additional requirements

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PARAPETS AND COPINGS:

PARAPET INTERSECTING WITH WALL

WORK INCLUDED (1) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. (2) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (3) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (4) Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (6) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten at terminations. At least one ply must extend over outside edge. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (7) Metal Base Flashing: Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Cap Flashing: Must overlap exterior wall finish. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or with 2 concealed discontinuous clips or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10. (9) Wall Tie-In Membrane: Minimum 2 mm (0.078") self-adhered modified bitumen or flexible membrane manufacturer's approved detail. (10) Metal Counter Flashing RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Acceptable Wall Surface (D) Wood Blocking (E) Sloped Wood Blocking: Required over 100 mm (4") parapet width. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (F) Wall Sheathing Membrane (G) Wall Cladding NOTE:

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ROOF EDGES AND FASCIAS:

ROOF EDGE CANT STRIP

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Vapor Retarder: If required by design authority Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to outside face of fascia (E). Do not mop outside edge. Metal Flashing

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Acceptable Deck Air / Vapor Seal Wood Blocking Wood Cant Strip: Minimum 87.7 mm (3.5") above roof surface. See Tab 2.1.1 A5.6 Wood Fascia

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ROOF EDGES AND FASCIAS:

GRAVEL STOP

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Vapor Retarder: If required by design authority Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection: Mechanically fasten to outside face of fascia (C). Mastic: Trowel coating of compatible mastic. Metal Eave Stop Flashing: Minimum 100 mm (4") flange onto roof membrane, eave stop maximum 25 mm (1") high: embed in mastic and mechanically fasten alternately between centre and edge of flange at 100 mm (4") o/c; lap flashing 100 mm (4") minimum. Membrane Flashing: Asphalt and gravel roofing systems, 2 overlapping plies of a minimum 2 mm reinforced SBS modified bitumen base sheet or minimum 180 g / m² polyester felt. For flexible membrane systems, refer to manufacturer's application details and guarantee standards Tab 2.1 Asphalt: For asphalt and gravel built-up roofing systems only. Gravel: For asphalt and gravel built-up roofing systems only. Acceptable Deck Wood Blocking Wood Fascia

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REGLET DETAIL DECK SUPPORTED BY WALL

WORK INCLUDED (1) Vapour Retarder: The requirement for a vapour retarder is determined by the design authority. (2) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (3) Insulation Overlay: Where required. (4) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (5) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to inside of plywood. (6) Membrane Counter Flashing: Flashing sealed to wall with compatible mastic. (7) Metal Base Flashing: Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Counter Flashing: Into reglet approximately 30 mm (1 ¼") and caulked. (9) Caulking (10) Membrane Underlay: Minimum self-adhered modified bitumen membrane. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (11) Metal Coping Flashing: As per RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal: Sealed to wall. (C) Plywood: As per RGC Guarantee Standard A1.5 (D) Reglet: Purpose-made, installed prior to concrete placement or saw-cut. (E) Sloped Wood Blocking: Required over 100 mm (4") parapet width. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 NOTE: · Refer to RGC Guarantee Standards for additional requirements

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COUNTER FLASHINGS:

REGLET DETAIL DECK NOT SUPPORTED BY WALL

WORK INCLUDED (1) Vapour Retarder: The requirement for a vapour retarder is determined by the design authority. Optional terminations. (2) Insulation (3) Insulation Overlay: Where required. (4) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (5) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of wood blocking. (6) Membrane Counter Flashing: Flashing sealed to wall with compatible mastic. (7) Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of wood blocking (C). Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Counter Flashing: Into reglet approximately 30 mm (1¼") and caulked. (9) Caulking (10) Membrane Underlay: Minimum self-adhered modified bitumen membrane. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (11) Metal Cap Flashing: Must overlap exterior wall finish. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal: Sealed to wall. (C) Wood Blocking or Plywood: Height to provide minimum 200 mm (8") above completed roof system, slope top edge. As per RGC Guarantee Standard A1.5 (D) Flexible Insulation (E) Reglet (F) Sloped Wood Blocking NOTE: · Refer to RGC Guarantee Standards for additional requirements

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COUNTER FLASHINGS:

WALL BASE AND SURFACE REGLET FLASHING STUCCO WALL (RE-ROOFING)

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (A) (B) (C) (D) Vapour Retarder: The requirement for a vapour retarder is determined by the design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2 Insulation Overlay: Where required. Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing: Carried up wall minimum 200 mm (8") above roof surface. Caulked at top edge. Wall Base Flashing: Install as detailed. Slide behind building paper under stucco. See also RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Tab 2.1 Fastener: Appropriate fasteners depending on parapet construction, at maximum 300 mm (12") o.c. Surface Reglet: To cover lower reglet assembly. Install as detailed. See also RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Tab 2.1 Caulking: Polyurethane sealant, fill to top of flashing and crown to promote drainage. Acceptable Deck Wood Blocking: As per RGC Guarantee Standard B6.1 and C6.1 Wall Finish: Concrete finish or wood sheathing. See RGC Guarantee Standard A1.5 Tab 2.1 Existing Stucco: Saw cut 250 mm (10") above roof surface.

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DOUBLE SURFACE REGLET FLASHING CONCRETE / STONE / STEEL ­ REQUIRES VARIANCE

WORK INCLUDED (1) Concrete, Stone or Steel Wall Finish: Must be dry, smooth and primed for membrane flashing to be adhered directly. (Plywood or fibre-mat reinforced cement board may be required). See Guarantee Standard A1.5 Tab 2.1 Membrane Flashing: Carried up wall minimum 200 mm (8") above roof surface. Primary Surface Reglet: Install as detailed with steel channel and concrete pins. Membrane to be held in place by clamping pressure and pins. See Guarantee Standard A6.9 Tab 2.1 Fasteners: Suitable expanding type concrete pins. Clamping Bar: Steel channel with elongated holes to permit expansion/contraction, pinned into concrete at maximum 400 mm (16") o/c. Bar dimensions to be a minimum 38 mm (1 ½") wide x 12 mm (1/2") thick Cchannel, formed from a minimum 22 gauge galvanized or pre-finished steel. Caulking: Polyurethane sealant, fill to top of the flashing and crown to promote drainage. Surface Reglet: To cover lower reglet assembly, pinned directly without a clamping bar at maximum 300 mm (12") o/c. (Interlocking hooked type assembly optional) Membrane Underlay: Minimum self-adhered modified bitumen membrane. See Guarantee Standard A5.6 Metal Coping Flashing: As per Guarantee Standard A6.9

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(6) (7) (8) (9)

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COUNTER FLASHINGS:

LOW DOOR SILL FLASHINGS

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) Primary Roof Membrane: Membrane Flashing Carried up wall minimum 200 mm (8") above roof surface. At doorsill openings membrane flashing may be less than 200mm (8") in height but must not be less than 100mm (4") in height above the primary roof membrane. When doorsills are less than 200mm (8") a metal waterstop flashing must be mechanically attached to backside of doorsill framing or opening and be sealed with membrane flashing. And membrane gussets must be installed at doorsill opening corners. For additional requirements refer to Tab 2.1 Guarantee Standard A5.6 Protection/Drainage Layer: Optional Metal Base Flashing: Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Metal Counter Flashing: Metal Water Stop Flashing: Mechanically attached to inside of doorsill framing or opening. Cut flashing to fit opening and install membrane gussets at corners. Metal Pan Sill Flashing: Optional: Metal pan with water stop formed with pan folded, welded or soldered corners mechanically attached to inside of doorsill frame or opening and sealed with membrane flashing. Acceptable Deck: Concrete slab shown Wall Cladding and Flashing

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RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B)

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8.3.3 COUNTER FLASHINGS:

WINDOW CURB FLASHINGS ON PROTECTED ROOF ASSEMBLIES

WORK INCLUDED

(1) (2) Primary Roof Membrane: Installed as per RGC Guarantee Standards Membrane Flashing: Carried up walls a minimum 200 mm (8") above roof surface. At window curbs membrane flashing must be 200mm (8") in height above the top of extruded polystyrene insulation, extended under the window mullion (fenestration assembly) and carried to the inside edge of the curb. Membrane gussets must be installed at all corners and transitions. For additional requirements refer to Tab 2.1 Guarantee Standard A5.6 Protection/Drainage Layer, Insulation Surfacing: Assemblies to be determined by Design Authority. Paver systems are required to have proprietary pedestals that incorporate a minimum 3mm (1/8") gap between adjacent units. Metal Wall Flashing: Required on roof assemblies using gravel ballast, filter mats and drainage mediums at insulation /curb interfaces. Acceptable Deck: Concrete slab shown Supporting Curb: Height varies depending on the insulation thickness and type of roof assembly. Metal Water Stop Flashing: Mechanically attached to the top of the window curb. Cut flashing to fit the opening and pan fold, weld, or solder seams at all corners and mitres. Metal Water Stop FlashingSeam: Overlap metal water stop joints a minimum of 150mm (6") and seal joints with two rows of structural sealant. Building Envelope Membrane Flashing: Must be compatible with and overlap the roof membrane flashing. Membrane gussets must be installed at all corners and transitions. Metal Cap Flashing: Adhere metal cap flashing to membrane flashing with a membrane compatible structural sealant. Mechanical attachment of metal flashing through the membrane flashing is not acceptable. Fenestration Assembly: CAUTION ­ Securement fasteners MUST NOT penetrate the metal or membrane flashing. Fenestration Assembly Securement Bar ­ ONLY fasten securement bar through upper vertical leg of the window mullion (frame).

(3) (4)

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(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H)

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SEPARATION JOINTS:

EXPANSION JOINT

WORK INCLUDED (1) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority (2) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (3) Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (4) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (5) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of blocking (C). (6) Flashing Underlay: Minimum self-adhered modified bitumen or as per membrane manufacturer's recommended detail. See RGC Guarantee Standard A5.6 (7) Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of wood blocking. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Cap Flashing: Top surface must be sloping. Extend beyond and over-break at top corners. Fasten with concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) Acceptable Deck Air / Vapour Seal Expansion Joint Assembly: Minimum 200 mm (8") and maximum 300 mm (12") above finished roof surface. Minimum height may be reduced to 100mm (4") if the primary roof membrane flashing is fully supported and sealed over the top. Primed where applicable. Top must be sloped. Flexible Insulation

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SEPARATION JOINTS:

ROOF DIVIDER / CONTROL JOINT

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Gypsum Underlayment: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing: Lap over top and mechanically fasten. Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of wood blocking. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9. Metal Cap Flashing: Flashings (7) and (8) may be one piece.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) Acceptable Deck Control Joint Assembly: Required to separate new systems from existing roof systems and at dissimilar roof decks or on BUR assemblies over 45 m x 45 m (150' x 150'). See RGC Guarantee Standard Tab A1.4 and Tab B1.3. Primed where applicable. Slope top if wider than 100 mm (4"). Existing Roof Assembly: If applicable. Prepared for application of membrane flashing at control joint.

(C)

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FIRE SEPARATION JOINT

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Gypsum Underlayment: If required by design authority. Vapor Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing Membrane Counter Flashing Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of plywood backing. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (9) Metal Flashing / Cladding (10) Secondary Metal Cap Flashing: Joints to be offset from Cap Flashing, OR Water Channeling Clip may be used (See Inset, Tab 10.3), OR solder standing seam joints. Do NOT place combustible materials over top of firewall. (11) Metal Cap Flashing: Standing seam joints required. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) Acceptable Deck Plywood Wood Blocking Grouted Finish: Sloped surface to promote drainage off cap flashing.

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FIRE SEPARATION WALL:

WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION

WORK INCLUDED (1) Primary Membrane (2) Membrane Flashing (3) Non-combustible Insulation: Optional (For condensation control) Celular glass board insulation complying to ASTM C552-00 OR mineral fiber insulation conforming to CAN / CGSB 51.31-M84 and ASTM E84. (4) Metal Base Flashing: S-Lock joints and concealed discontinuous clips required. Do not fasten to block firewall. (Optional ­ Metal base flashing may be installed on lower wall area.) (5) Water Channeling Clip: (See inset) Concealed clip designed with ribs to channel water under standing seam joint with notch to allow water to escape, OR standing seam joints to be soldered, OR an additional layer of metal flashing with offsetting joints. Do NOT place combustible materials over top of firewall. (6) Metal Cap Flashing: Standing seam joints and concealed continuous or discontinuous clips required. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Cant (C) Plywood (D) Wood Frame Wall (E) Block or Concrete Firewall (F) Sloping Mortar NOTE:

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

CURB OPENING (AIR HANDLING UNITS)

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing: Lap one ply over top of each side of curb (C) and mechanically fasten. Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fastened. Standing seam at corners of cant.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) Acceptable Deck Air / Vapour Seal Wood Curb / Blocking: Minimum 200 mm (8") and maximum 300 mm (12") above finished roof surface.

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

EQUIPMENT SLEEPER

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing: Lap one ply from each side over top of sleeper (C) and mechanically fasten. Alternate Cap Flashing: May be used instead of lapping membrane flashing over sleeper. Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of wood blocking, standing seam at corners, optional on flexible membrane systems. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 Metal Cap Flashing: Flashings (8) and (9) may be one piece. Acceptable Deck Air / Vapour Seal Wood Blocking / Sleeper: Minimum 150 mm (6") thick, minimum 100 mm (4") above finished roof surface.

(9) (A) (B) (C)

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

CURBED MULTIPLE ROOF PENETRATIONS

WORK INCLUDED (1) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. (2) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (3) Insulation (4) Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (6) Membrane Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of curb (C). (7) Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten to top of curb, standing seam at corners of cant, optional on flexible membrane systems. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (8) Metal Counter Flashing (9) Metal Hood RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Wood Blocking / Curb: Minimum 200 mm (8") and maximum 300 mm (12") above finished roof surface. NOTE:

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

GUM PANS (PITCH POCKETS)

WORK INCLUDED (1) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. (2) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (3) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (4) Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (5) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (6) Compatible Mastic: Use only the membrane manufacturers' approved sealant. (7) Metal Gum Pan or Pitch Pocket: Minimum 100 mm (4") flange onto roof membrane. All corners, with the exception of one job-site formed double standing seam corner joint and adjoining lapped flange joining, shall be closed and soldered. Minimum height of gum pan to be 100 mm (4"). See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.2 (8) Membrane Flashing: Onto primed metal flashing flange. (9) Packing: To prevent displacement of compatible mastic. (10) Structural Sealant: Use only the membrane manufacturers' approved proprietary polyurethane based structural sealant. (11) Back-up Storm Collar: To be installed whenever practical. Caulk at top of collar. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Protrusion (C) Wood Blocking NOTE:

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

METAL PLUMBING FLASHING

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Mastic: As approved by manufacturer. Membrane Flashing: Onto primed metal flashing flange or adhesive coated for non-bituminous flexible membrane systems. Storm Collar, Typical Lead Cap or Typical Aluminum Cap: Reroofing only. Non- bituminous flexible membrane skirt collar, sealed with compatible sealant and stainless steel hose clamps for use with pipes that extend above flashings. Acceptable Deck Plumbing Stack: Extend to match top of metal flashing. Wood Blocking: Optional. Metal Flashing: Apply in a bed of mastic. Fastened over membrane to wood blocking or roof deck. Typical Aluminum Cap: For use with aluminum flashings. Typical Lead Cap: For use with lead flashings. Storm Collar: Non-Bituminous flexible membrane skirt collar, sealed with compatible sealant and stainless steel hose clamp. Use with pipes that extend above flashings.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G)

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

MECHANICAL CURB OPENING

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Membrane Flashing: Tuck under metal curb flange of each side of curb (C) and mechanically fasten. Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fasten, standing seam at corners of cant.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) Acceptable Deck Air / Vapour Seal Mechanical Curb: Minimum 200 mm (8") and maximum 300 mm (12") above finished roof surface. Keep curb covered during construction to prevent water ingress. Rigid Insulation · Refer to RGC Guarantee Standards for additional requirements

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CURBS, PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS:

TWO PART CABLE FLASHING (RE-ROOFING DETAIL)

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: As required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Mastic: As approved by manufacturer. Membrane Flashing: Onto primed metal flashing or adhesive coated for non-bituminous flexible membrane systems.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) Acceptable Deck Wood Blocking Two Piece Cable Flashing: Assembled around cables, which cannot be or are not disconnected, and laid in bed of mastic (adhesive for single ply systems).

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WATER CONTROL AND DRAINAGE:

CAST IRON DRAIN

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Mastic: As approved by manufacturer. Membrane Flashing: As approved by membrane manufacturer (See (C) below).

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) Acceptable Deck Roof Drain Assembly Lead Flashing: Minimum 15 kg / m² (3 lb / ft²) weight lead sheet; flange extending minimum 25 mm (1") into bowl to 150 mm (6") beyond perimeter of drain; embed in mastic (6) and prime top surface where required by manufacturer or minimum 1 m x 1 m (39" x 39") 3 mm thick modified bituminous base sheet; to be supplied by trade supplying roof drain. For asphalt and gravel built-up systems only.

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WATER CONTROL AND DRAINAGE:

SPUN COPPER ROOF DRAIN

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Mastic: As approved by manufacturer. Membrane Flashing: Onto primed drain flange or adhesive for non-bituminous flexible membrane systems.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) Acceptable Deck Roof Drain Assembly

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WATER CONTROL AND DRAINAGE:

CLAMPING SPUN COPPER ROOF DRAIN

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gypsum Overlay Board: If required by design authority. Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection Mastic: As approved by manufacturer. Membrane Flashing: Onto primed drain flange or adhesive for non-bituminous flexible membrane systems.

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) Acceptable Deck Roof Drain Assembly

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WATER CONTROL AND DRAINAGE:

OPEN WALL SCUPPER WITH HOPPER

WORK INCLUDED (1) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (Optional terminations) (2) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (3) Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (4) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (5) Metal Scupper with Hopper:: The outside face of scupper to be 37.7mm (1½") lower than the box height with a 12.7mm (½") drip edge. Installed in a thin bed of compatible mastic. Interface between outside wall and scupper should be caulked with appropriate sealant. Installed when wall finish is complete prior to completion of roofing or sheet metal (e.g.: re-roofing). (6) Scupper Membrane Flashing (7) Membrane Flashing (8) Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fastened. Optional on flexible membrane systems. Required on assemblies using gravel ballast filter mats. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.9 (9) Metal Cap Flashing: Fasten with continuous concealed clip-type fasteners or cladding screws evenly spaced between seams. See RGC Guarantee Standard A6.10 for requirements. Flashing 8 and 9 may be one piece. RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Wood Blocking Assembly (D) Plywood: If required by design authority. See RGC Guarantee Standard A1.5 (E) Exterior Wall Finish: Interface between outside wall and scupper to be caulked with appropriate sealant. Installed by trade responsible for outside wall finish if roofing and metal flashing has been completed prior to exterior wall finish. NOTE:

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WATER CONTROL AND DRAINAGE:

THRU WALL SCUPPER WITH HOPPER

WORK INCLUDED (1) Vapour Retarder: If required by design authority. (Optional terminations) (2) Insulation: See list of accepted materials in Tab 2.2. (3) Insulation Overlay: Where required. See RGC Guarantee Standard B4.1, B4.2 and C4.1 (4) Primary Membrane and Membrane Protection (5) Membrane Flashing (6) Metal Scupper with Hopper: The outside face of scupper to be minimum 37.7mm (1½") lower than the box height with a 12.7mm (½") drip edge. Installed in a thin bed of compatible mastic. Interface between outside wall and scupper should be caulked with appropriate sealant. Installed when wall finish is complete prior to completion of roofing or sheet metal (e.g.: re-roofing). (7) Mastic: Compatible with membrane (8) Scupper Membrane Flashing: (9) Metal Base Flashing: Mechanically fastened (optional on flexible membrane systems). (10) Metal Counter Flashing: Into reglet approximately 30 mm (1 ¼"). RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) Acceptable Deck (B) Air / Vapour Seal (C) Wood Blocking Assembly: Optional with insulation cant strips. (D) Plywood: If required by design authority. See RGC Guarantee Standards (E) Exterior Wall Finish: Interface between outside wall and scupper to be caulked with appropriate sealant. Installed by trade responsible for outside wall finish if roofing and metal flashing has been completed prior to exterior wall finish. NOTE:

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EYE ROOF ANCHORS, CONVENTIONAL AND PROTECTED MEMBRANE ROOF ASSEMBLY

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Flashing: 0.08 mm (0.032", 20 gauge) Aluminum or 0.56 mm (16 oz) copper to CSA B272-93 flashing supplied by anchor manufacturer with flanges sealed by roofer. Flashing Flange: minimum 100 mm (4") flange set in coating of compatible sealant. Membrane Flashing / Stripping & Primary Membrane Protected Membrane Roof Assembly: Flashing to extend a minimum 200 mm (8") above finished roof surface (pavers, ballast, or walkways) Conventional Roof Assembly: Flashing to extend a minimum 200 mm (8") above finished roof surface. Insulation

WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) Acceptable Deck: Concrete slab shown, see anchor manufacturer's attachment details for other deck types. Roof Anchor to CSA Z91-M90 Anchor Eye to CSA Z91-M90 Water Tight Cap

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WALL ANCHOR CONVENTIONAL ROOF ASSEMBLY (ON ROOFS NOT ACCESSIBLE BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC)

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) Conventional Roof Assembly Metal Counter Flashing Insulation Membrane Flashing / Stripping & Primary Membrane

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Acceptable Deck Wall Anchor to CSA Z91-M90: Concrete slab shown, see anchor manufacturer's attachment for other wall types and attachment methods Anchor Eye to CSA Z91-M90 Anchor Placement: Minimum 200 mm (8") above finished roof surface. Plywood: 15.9 mm (5/8") treated where required.

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WALL ANCHOR, PROTECTED MEMBRANE ROOF ASSEMBLY

WORK INCLUDED (1) (2) (3) (4) Inverted Roof Assembly Metal Counter Flashing Insulation: Extruded Polystyrene Primary Membrane

RELATED WORK BY OTHERS (A) (B) (C) (D) Acceptable Deck Anchor to CSA Z91-M90: Poured concrete shown, see anchor manufacturer's attachment for other wall types and attachment methods Anchor Eye to CSA Z91-M90 Anchor Placement For Roof Decks Accessible By General Public/Residential Occupants: Maximum 100 mm (4") above finished roof surface (design to prevent climbing) and not less than 3-1/2" above the finished roof surfacing. Plywood: 15.9 mm (5/8") treated where required.

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