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However they are bright pink or pale blue.
Heartwood has it exactly right with The Who What and Why. The concern I'll have for you is when you put a piece of flashing specifically sticking out it never finishes well, tends to get bent up and then ultimately cut off. I like to use oversized drip edge.
I will look for a black closed cell foam for the bottom layer and place a damp proof course on top. I believe this should be enough to prevent air infiltration, wicking up moisture from the slab and by not being pink negate the need for a decorative trim or flashing.
I'm watching it rain this morning so need to call off this morning's pour.
Quote from: Don P on January 20, 2017, 06:48:47 amI'm watching it rain this morning so need to call off this morning's pour. For a long time I thought there was a law of physics in there somewhere.... schedule a footing inspection or a concrete pour, then sit back and wait for the rain! We finally gave up and planted a garden to get the rain to stop long enough to pour concrete
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