Flashing for Weep Holes in Masonry Veneer

(1)  Flashing beneath weep holes in masonry veneer over masonry back-up walls shall conform to the flashing requirements for cavity walls and masonry veneer/masonry back-up walls in Article

    (2)  Flashing beneath weep holes in masonry veneer over wood frame walls shall be installed so that it extends from a point not less than 5 mm beyond the outer face of the building element below the flashing to a point 150 mm up the wood frame wall.


    (3)  Where the frame wall is sheathed with a sheathing membrane, a non-wood-based rigid exterior insulating sheathing or a semi-rigid insulating sheathing with an integral sheathing membrane, the flashing shall be installed behind the sheathing membrane or insulating sheathing.

    (4)  Flashing described in Sentence (2) is permitted to conform to the requirements for concealed flashing in Table

Article Ontario Regulation 332/12 Building Code,   Information published by oncodes.ca for educational purposes only.