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    Default Flashing a window into a hardiplank wall

    I am replacing old sets of floor to ceiling glass louvres with a double aluminium with timber framed window. About 1200mm high and 2400mm wide . The new timber stud framework is done and I am at a loss as how properly flash this new sliding glass window. The external wall will be hardiplank .
    All info I can find is American on Youtube and is not the same as Australian houses.
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.Thanks.

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    Thanks. Just what I wanted to find out.

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    I should have put this one in also, for Al windows. Still, you can rove around that website and find everything

    http://www.stegbar.com.au/~/media/Fi....pdf?as=1&vs=1

    Cheers

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