Used at the end of a run of sheets to trim and seal off the edge of the roof.
Trims and Flashings
Trims and flashings are used to finish the ends and corners of a run of sheets, to cover the area where two runs of sheets intersect and to create an apron that covers the area where a roof abuts a wall. They enhance appearance, help protect against water intrusion and are an integral part of any sheeted roof or wall.
Standard 90° Corner Flashings and 130° Ridge Caps in 3m lengths can be purchased below in a range of matching or contrasting colours to seal and enhance the structure. We also carry Drip Trays and Sills and can make flashings to order (most shapes in 3m lengths can be folded at short notice). Contact us to find out more.
Typical flashings are:
- Ridge capping, used at the apex join of two sides of the roof
- Barge boards/corner trims, used at the end of a run of sheets to trim & seal off the edge of the roof
- Apron trims, used for sealing the join where roof sheets come off a vertical wall
- Drip trays/sill flashings, to trim the bottom edge of vertical side cladding or window and door reveals
Our trims and flashings can be bespoke made to our customer’s specifications and dimensions in 3 metre lengths using 0.7mm thick flat sheet throughout our entire colour range in Plastic Coated, Paint Coated or Plain Galvanised steel complete with safety edges if required.