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Older construction was built with solid brick walls, which meant water infiltration was seldom. Today’s buildings are built with through wall flashing, which is used to divert moisture that enters a cavity wall system. Through wall flashing is typically comprised of:

  • Self-adhering rubberized asphalt
  • Copper
  • Metal
  • EPDM rubber
  • PVS plastic

A damaged flashing system can mean mold growth or water damage to your building. Most often, problems with through wall flashing are misinterpreted as window or roofing leaks. If you’re unsure, the experts at Simpson Unlimited Roofing can help you identify inadequacies.

Professional Through Wall Flashing Repair & Replacement

When it comes to through wall flashing, longevity and installation are paramount. Simpson Unlimited Roofing can provide through wall flashing repair or replacement in a variety of locations, including:

  • Wall base
  • Over doors
  • Window headers/sills
  • Support angles
  • Roofing/wall intersects
  • Parapets and chimneys
  • Other obstructions in a wall

For the best in through wall flashing repair or replacement, contact Simpson Unlimited Roofing. We’ve been in the roofing business since 1992 and have a breadth of experience repairing or replacing through wall flashing and are proud to offer our service to buildings ranging from small warehouses to high rise office buildings in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area and the greater Mid-Atlantic.

Contact us now to learn more!

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