Definitions for "Counter Flashing"
A flashing dressed down as a cover only, over a separate upstand.
A flashing that is attached to a vertical surface (such as a wall) to prevent water from seeping under a base flashing.
The formed metal secured to a wall, curb, or roof top unit to cover and protect the upper edge of a base flashing and its associated fasteners. This type of flashing is usually used in residential construction on chimneys at the roofline to cover shingle flashing and to prevent moisture entry.
Keywords:  sidewall, trim, roof, sheeting, main
Trim used to connect the sidewall sheeting of a main building to the roof sheeting of a lower building.