Sill Pan Flashing
For Home Buyers

When purchasing a new home, you want to know that it was built right the first time and to building code. The code is specific – and you want to avoid costly repairs, structural damage, mold or renovations in the future.

 Moreover, you want to know that your windows are reaching top performance, making your home energy efficient and saving you money. If your builder used HomeFlash sill pan flashing system while installing your windows, you can rest assured that your home was built to comply with the latest codes.

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According to Provincial law, all windows should be installed using a system that:

1. Has an outward slope of at least 6%

2. Is in a continuous piece

3. Extends at least 6 mm beyond the underlying covering

4. Prevents water from entering the walls to the lower corners of windows and doors


HomeFlash meets or exceeds all of these requirements to preserve the integrity of your home, from the ground up. Additionally, our products are superior to old membrane technology, are government tested and are cost efficient.


Ask your home builder if your windows were built to code. Not all homes are built following these regulations and government inspections do not always look for code compliance.