I'm having a problem with my garden shed (right on the photo). The latter, backed by that of the neighbor, has been renovated recently (rafters, battens, tiles) and has a water infiltration by the fact. I do not have to complain about the frame part, however, the fact was slaughtered (hollow, unsightly sealing strips, connectors masticated, uneven level...). In view of the quality of the work, I decided to return to work, after having strongly thanked its author. I am looking for a safe and "easy" solution to implement. Let me explain: I do not try to do in the rules of art, nor to undo what has been done. Moreover, I am alone to operate. What solution (s) can I consider?
The view of photos shows a work that can not be that of a company, but that of a non-professional who does not know how to treat the particular points of the cover.
At the level of the fact, the ideal would be to set up a factage made up of half-round tiles, as the diagram below shows it.
In view of the photos, it seems necessary to add a small blackout (the vertical structural element), the tiles can then be mortared or glued, depending on the region and the importance of the winds.
At the level of the connection with the common wall, you must create a flashing, as shown in the photo below.
This operation requires the purchase of a lead strip, a zinc or aluminum profile, a seal, fasteners (screws and plugs)
It's a relatively simple job but one that requires rigor and precision.
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