Replacement roof flashing...thoughts?

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Old 03-12-19, 02:57 PM
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Replacement roof flashing...thoughts?

Had some water leaks from prior flashing/sealant work that was done from past homeowner. I decided to get

the lead-flashing replaced, instead of adding a new layer of waterproofing sealant.

I noticed that some on the new shingles around the flashing can be lifted right up (see photos) and not adhered down. Concerned this would be damaged due to winds overtime?

Curious to hear thoughts on this...thank you!

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Old 03-12-19, 03:45 PM
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I am no roofer by any means. But I'd say, you need ovehang to cover the flashing edge. Besides sealant, of course. Or, you will have to reseal it ever so often.
Clarification. On the brick. I bet it leaks long the brick side and under the flashing.
 
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