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Is it acceptable to use roofing cement instead of mortar at head laps, where tiles meet wall or skylight?

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Is it acceptable to use roofing cement instead of mortar at head laps, where tiles meet wall or skylight?

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The use of roofing cement is fairly common with clay and concrete roofing tile and is typically applied as an adhesive or weather blocking at small openings. Neither roofing cement nor mortar are acceptable as stand-alone replacements for code required metal flashings at any vertical roof intersection.

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