Put a flashing down, raise the J trim and cut the bottom of the siding to fit.That looks like a good product. I’m limited to the j channel width before it becomes visible. Is 1” enough surface area for that to adhere properly to the cement?
So it looks like the slab covers up at least 10" of the wall sheathing on the house side (vs maybe more on the garage depending on stem wall height). How are you going to replace that sheathing, and how long has the water sat there to go thru to the rim joist or sucked back in to the sill plate there?I have to cutout the damaged osb
Do that but put the peel and stick in there too with the primer .I got lucky and the sheathing is only about 3-4” down into the cement. I’m going to cut it out using a circular saw and oscillating saw. I have a circular saw blade intended to cut concrete left over from a job I did at my old house so I think I’m going to go the route of cutting a line and tucking the flashing into that and sealing it with some sort of caulk. I came across a video by Matt Risinger that recommended that method as well, plus I can get plus that matches the color of my siding so it won’t look out of place. I appreciate all of the advice