Deckorators Joist Flashing Tape

Deck joist flashing is a type of flashing used to protect the joists of a deck from water damage. It is typically made from metal and is designed to fit around the joists of the deck and direct water away from the joists and into the gutter or away from the deck. It is important to install deck joist flashing correctly to ensure that the deck joists are adequately protected from water damage. Extend the life of your wood or composite deck with easy-to-install protective joist tape. Made of butyl rubber, this tape creates a waterproof membrane that prevents wood rot and decay caused by humidity and moisture. Seals around screws and nails blocking water into your deck lumber, and when placed between wood and metal surfaces it eliminates corrosion potential. Each roll measures 1-5/8- in wide by 50-ft. Creates a waterproof membrane that prevents wood rot and decay. Seals around screws and nails blocking water into your deck lumber. Easy-to-install protective joist tape. Ideal for both wood and composite deck understructures. Can be applied to joists, rim joists, and ledgers. Made of self-adhesive butyl rubber.

York Copper Flashing

York Copper Flashing is a type of metal flashing used to protect roofs and walls from water damage. It is made of copper and is available in different gauges and widths. It is an ideal choice for areas that are prone to extreme weather conditions as it is highly durable and resistant to corrosion. It is also easy to install and maintain, making it a great choice for both residential and commercial applications.


York Flashing is placed around discontinuities or objects which protrude from the roof of a building, such as pipes, chimneys, or the edges of other roofs to deflect water away from seams or joints.