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New Window in an Old Opening
New Window in an Old OpeningOnline Membership Required

A leak-free installation depends on compatible materials and multiple layers of defense

Flashing on a curve
Q & A: Flashing on a curve

Flashing Windows in Rain-Screen Walls
Flashing Windows in Rain-Screen Walls

Foam sheathing and furring strips make the wall thicker; Make sure the sill can drain and the head is tight.

Replace a wood window (phase 2)
Replace a wood window (phase 2)Online Membership Required

Learn how to replace a wood window in this two-part article with carpenter Scott Grice.

Replace a wood window (phase 1)
Replace a wood window (phase 1)Online Membership Required

Learn how to replace a wood window in this two-part article with carpenter Scott Grice. This first segment covers removing the old window and flashing.

Build Like a Pro: How to Make a Decorative Window Cap Flashing
Video: Build Like a Pro: How to Make a Decorative Window Cap FlashingOnline Membership Required

Go beyond the basics: A few additional bends of your copper piece turn this functional window cap flashing into a decorative detail

Soldering copper cap flashing
Soldering copper cap flashing

A pro shows how he shapes and solders copper cap flashing, a window's first line of defense against water

Build Like a Pro: How to Solder Copper Cap Flashing
Video: Build Like a Pro: How to Solder Copper Cap Flashing

Learn how to shape and solder copper cap flashing, a window's first line of defense against water and the best way to prevent rot, insects, and mold

There's a Better Way: Plywood Sheet-Metal Brake
Video: There's a Better Way: Plywood Sheet-Metal Brake

Give your brake a break with this improvised custom-flashing device

Plywood sheet-metal brake
Tip: Plywood sheet-metal brake

Flashing a Window's Head Casing
Flashing a Window's Head Casing

This flashing method might seem excessive until that first big driving rain

Installing and Flashing Windows Correctly
Installing and Flashing Windows Correctly

If you don’t include housewrap, use a sill pan, and flash the flanges, the work is far from watertight.

Window Installation Done Right
Window Installation Done Right

Doing everything to ensure a leakproof job? If you don’t include the housewrap, use a sill pan, and flash the flanges, the work is far from watertight.

What's the Difference: Self-adhesive flashing
What's the Difference: Self-adhesive flashingOnline Membership Required

Using butyl-based or rubberized asphalt-based depends on temperature, location

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