In preparation for a stone step/walkway that we will soon have built, a contractor removed our existing concrete/brick steps and found rot underneath our front door. I removed the rotted wood, which was limited to a section of the exterior facing (of a set of 2) 2x10 sill joists and the plywood sheating attached to it. I replaced both the sill joist and sheathing and now need to add flashing, cedar siding, and some trim pieces around the door. Here's what it looks like now:
Can anyone provide some guidance on how to install the flashing here? In particular, I'm not sure how to deal with that hole under the vertical piece of trim next to the door (shown in the right side of the 2nd pic). Note that there will be two pieces of wood trim that cover that, that will extend below the doorway.
I've read lots of articles and watched a bunch of videos on flashing but none of them have been quite applicable to this specific situation. I want to make sure I do it well so that I don't have a repeat of the water damage that necessitated this repair in the first place. I have both aluminum roll flashing (in 10" and 14" lengths) and Zip Tape. Thanks!