J. Stucco Drip Stop

J. Stucco Drip Stop

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Stucco Drip Stop

The Stucco Drip Stop is a formed metal product, which is available in Aluminum, Copper, Galvanized Steel, and Stainless Steel. It serves as a termination point for plaster cement where a drip edge may be required. The Stucco Drip Stop can be utilized above exterior openings (i.e. windows, doors, etc.) to assist in the prevention of moisture from gaining access to a window or doorframe.

Install all Stucco Drip Stops over the window flashing. Attach Stucco Drip Stops to the framing with nails, screws, or other approved fastening methods. The weather resistant barrier (two layers of building paper required if plywood sheathing is used) must overlap the 3 1/2” vertical attachment flange. All window drips must be cut accurately and installed with tight, neat joints. All nailing flanges must be covered with lath and all butt joints must be sealed.
The Stucco Drip Stop comes in 10' lengths and can be ordered in a variety of sizes. The Ground Leg (dimension "A") is available in multiple sizes and custom widths. The Drip Edge (dimension “B”) is 1/4” standard, but can be ordered in a larger size. Please specify the sizes needed on the order form below.

This product is also known in the industry as a SWD and WTP.

This product is available in the following Metals and Finishes:

1. Clear Anodized Aluminum (.040" Thick)

2. Mill Finished Aluminum (.040" Thick)

3. Copper (16 oz. or .0216" Thick)

4. Galvanized Steel (26 Ga. or .0217" Thick)

5. Stainless Steel T-304 2B "Mill Finish" (26 Ga. or .0217" Thick)

6. Stainless Steel T-304 #4 "Brushed Look" (26 Ga. or .0217" Thick)

This website presents general guidelines and suggestions for the installation of Flannery trims and products. The purpose of these general guidelines and suggestions is to aid in a successful drywall or stucco finish based on the Uniform Building Code and industry standards. No website or catalog can address all of the unique specifics or installation details that occur from one project to another. Flannery recommends that every installer be familiar, or become acquainted with, common drywall and stucco trim installation practices before installing any of Flannery's many trims and products. Flannery also recommends that the specifying architect, engineer, and general contractor be consulted with as well. This website replaces and renders obsolete all previous publications by Flannery; including catalogs, pamphlets, or other forms of literature.