Due to the design of the brick work we must layout each step
of the stepflashing. The "pilaster" elements (two per side) we
layout each flashing part , this is done so they can be laid in under the "counterflashing" which is sweated to the "through flashing / Pan",, ALL of which is done prior to the cedar roof being installed. (This is in a "tented stage" with the wind coming up, right on the Atlantic coast of Maine.)
Anyway the flashing elements are fascinating and are done in a traditional manner. Actually doing this work is/has become rarer so this is an attempt to document aspects of the process, each chimney reveals a different set of challenges/issues to address in keeping the water out.
This turns into this; vimeo.com/clip:129831