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Construction Metals 1/2 in. x 3/8 in. x 2 in. x 10 ft. Galvanized Steel Siding Z Bar Flashing
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Construction Metals

1/2 in. x 3/8 in. x 2 in. x 10 ft. Galvanized Steel Siding Z Bar Flashing

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Z Bar Flashing is used between stacked sheets of siding to prevent water leaking behind lower siding sheets. Center stretch designed for 3/8 In. siding. Z Bar flashing is compatible with residential and commercial weatherproofing applications.

  • Made from 28-Gauge galvanized steel
  • Prevents costly leaks in wall siding
  • Sold in 10 ft. lengths
  • Caution sharp edges, use safety gloves
  • 28-Gauge galvanized steel
  • Prevents leaks in wall siding

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Why are the "Z" flash angles set at 90 degrees

When reading the installation details for Hardie siding, LP smart lap and Tru-wood sidings the "Z" flashing is always shown with at least a 5 degree angle away from the building. This is to facilitate water flow. The instructions also call for at least a 1/4" gap between the materials at the site of the "Z" flash. Why does the "Z" flashing have 90 degree angles when almost all of the applications for the product call for at least a 5 degree slope on the horizontal leg?
Asked by: DKW
This is just a basic piece of metal, it is not specifically designed for any one application, or to go with a particular manufacturers product/system. I have used Z flashing many times for numerous applications. If you need a specific angle and are stuck on the specs of a product you might want to check with the manufacturer on how to accommodate their product, or if they have a specific product for the application you are wanting it for. I can say that I have been able to bend this stuff pretty easily in the past, especially when you consider that your siding is probably thinner than 1/2" so you have some "wiggle room" to bend it to your desired application. I have seen guys that have 4' sheet metal brake on their truck for some super technical complex angles, that being said, I have never worried about exacting a 5 degree slope on a 1/2" run... kind of getting yourself lost in the minutia of the process if you ask me.
Answered by: FrontlineHomeServices
Date published: 2016-08-07

Is the 1/2" a vertical or horiz. dimension?

Asked by: reno
It is the exposed vertical dimension
Answered by: Joey
Date published: 2016-09-23
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