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Roof-to-wall junction - Build 160(2017)

Abbreviation
Roof-to-wall junction
Valid from
01/06/2017

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BUILD article
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Description

Article on roof to wall junctions.

New Zealand Building Code Clause E2 External moisture requires that roofs and external walls must prevent the penetration of water that could cause undue dampness, damage to building elements or both.

The roof/wall junction where a roof finishes within the length of an adjacent wall, combines different planes, angles and building materials, requiring careful detailing to ensure water cannot enter the building structure.

BRANZ is sometimes asked how to detail roof-to-wall junctions. The detailing can be tricky, but following the Acceptable Solution and these step-by-step illustrations will help.

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Description

Article on roof to wall junctions.

New Zealand Building Code Clause E2 External moisture requires that roofs and external walls must prevent the penetration of water that could cause undue dampness, damage to building elements or both.

The roof/wall junction where a roof finishes within the length of an adjacent wall, combines different planes, angles and building materials, requiring careful detailing to ensure water cannot enter the building structure.

BRANZ is sometimes asked how to detail roof-to-wall junctions. The detailing can be tricky, but following the Acceptable Solution and these step-by-step illustrations will help.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 298KB)
Roof-to-wall junction - Build 160(2017)
Description

Article on roof to wall junctions.

New Zealand Building Code Clause E2 External moisture requires that roofs and external walls must prevent the penetration of water that could cause undue dampness, damage to building elements or both.

The roof/wall junction where a roof finishes within the length of an adjacent wall, combines different planes, angles and building materials, requiring careful detailing to ensure water cannot enter the building structure.

BRANZ is sometimes asked how to detail roof-to-wall junctions. The detailing can be tricky, but following the Acceptable Solution and these step-by-step illustrations will help.

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