SOW Continued: Part II - Sheet Metal Flashing & Trim

Section 1: General Info.

  • Description of Work
  1. Work included: The roofing contractor would provide labor, materials, and equipment necessary to complete the work of this Section including the following:
    1. Sheet metal flashing and trim for the applications below:
      1. Through-wall flashing
      2. Formed low-slope roof flashing and trim
  • Formed low-slope roof coping
  1. Composite metal trim at entrance canopy
  • Performance Requirements (as per the builder)
  1. General: Install sheet metal flashing and trim to withstand wind loads, movement, exposure to weather without rattling, falling, leaking, and/or fastener disengagement.
  2. Fabricate and install roof edge flashing and copings capable of resisting wind zone forces req. and specified by Code according to the recommendations in FMG loss prevention data sheet provided.
  3. Thermal Movements: Provide sheet metal flashing and trim that allows for thermal (temperature) fluctuations ranging from a specified degree amount as per what the geographical area appropriates. Due to the fact that thermal movements could potentially cause connection and sealant effectiveness, the roofing contractor would have to provide reassurance that temperature changes would not hinder the integrity of the metal components used to complete the roofing install. 
  4. Water Infiltration must also be addressed in this section.
    • Submittals
  5. Each product involved in this section would have to be described in detail to include construction descriptions, dimensions of individual components as well as finishes.
  6. Shop Drawings: drawings of sheet metal must be provided for each elevation plan and broken out based on shop and field-assembly work.
  7. Samples: samples of the specified metal would have to be provided by the roofing contractor before commencing work.
    • Quality Assurance: A preinstallation conference would be held and would include the following attendees: The roofing contractor, Owner, Architect, and Owner’s Insurer.
    • Delivery, Storage, and Handling
    • Coordination