We have a 70" wide chimney through the roof, the flashing edge to edge is 90". This house was built in 1988, the chimney is finished with stucco. We bought it a few years ago, since then a leak has occurred at the back side of the chimney. On inspection, it appears this may not be the first time. The flashing is lead, not one piece. There is no cricket, odd for a chimney that width from what I have read. The roof is 3-12 pitch, it has concrete tile, villa style. Insurance is not going to take care of the roof, it will fix interior, but I am on the hook for the roof. I need to know the procedure to measure for the cricket it needs. It would be cool to do in copper, but I am also unemployed, do to downturn in the industry that I am in, Oklahoma, guess which one, at least gasoline is cheap. lol Concrete tile is not very common here, hard to find resources for valley flashing, etc. The tile company for our tile is no longer in business although it appears that Boral Roofing Inc. is the successor to Monier out of CA. I uploaded a zip file, don't know whether it did though. Any advice is appreciated, and I must do this myself do to $ restraints.
It appears that I am not able to upload pics, probably to large of file size.