Flashings

Corner Flashing 460g

Gable Flashing 460g

Roll Top 460g

Sidewall Flashing 305g

Broad Flute Closures

Drip Flashing 150g

Internal Corner Flashing 460g

IBR Ridging 460g

Valley Flashing 460g

Headwall Flashing 305g

Narrow Flute Closures

Drip Flashing 150g

Flashing a roof refers to the act of installing various waterproof materials in valleys, joints, edges, roof penetrations and any other gaps to prevent water damage or leaks. This form of protection is a necessary construction practice, and it’s widely applied to commercial, residential and industrial structures.

Roof flashings serve several purposes. It adds a finished look to your roof while helping to prevent wind and insect damage. However, flashing’s primary purpose is to ensure that your roof remains watertight. This is one roofing element that is sometimes ignored or poorly installed, but aside from the roofing material itself, flashings are the most important roofing components. Once you understand how flashing works, you’ll see why it is crucial to a long-lasting, watertight roof.

Without a flashing fitted, rain water would run down the chimney, or the higher area of roof tiles, and just disappear into the house interior where the chimney rises through the roof.