Window Sills

Window surrounds- We start at the bottom with a window sill. These should always be one piece where possible. When we can't achieve this, we recommend stainless steel flashing under the joint, because it is very important to keep water out from behind the masonry veneer. Sills should also protrude out from the veneer enough to shed water off the wall below. A uniform drip groove ensures water will not run back to the wall.

Vertical sections form a uniform line adjacent to the window. Although not as important as a sill, they can frame a window nicely. When possible we try to do one piece sections for ease of assembly for the mason.