COLORBOND® Parapet Capping Roof Flashing

COLORBOND® Parapet Capping Roof Flashing
COLORBOND® Parapet Capping A covering used to waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.   ♦ Parapet cappings should be fixed to parapet walls at intervalls not exceeding 500mm with anchors. ♦ A mimimum fall of 3˚ should be provided across the width of the flashing to divert water from dripping down and causing unsightly staining. If you require custom parapet capping, simply click here  to download our custom order form. How can we help? Call us on 5972 0576. Buy today FAST delivery at lowest prices! The Importance of Installing Colorbond Flashings, including Parapet Capping Correctly Most people think that it's only the roof that protects them and their homes from the elements. That is only partially true. The roof over your head does a good job of warding off sunlight, small animals, and even the rain. When the roof is properly installed, it can prevent a substantial amount of rainfall from entering into the home. However, the roof alone cannot offer complete protection against the rain, especially if there are additional fixtures like chimneys, vents, dormers and skylights installed. Without Colorbond flashings such as parapet capping, rainwater can penetrate the roof's surface and seep into the structure below it. This is one of the reasons why flashings are called protective seals. Apart from creating a weather-proof barrier, flashings also guide rainwater away from the roof. Flashings, for example parapet capping, should be installed around roof penetrations where water could pass through and gain access to the interior walls and ceilings. Flashings should also be installed on valleys, gaps, projections, joints, grooves and edges on roofs.  However, it is not enough that flashings are installed on the roof. When flashings are installed incorrectly, rainwater can get inside your home and you may need to set out buckets to collect the water dripping inside your home. Later on, when the flashings are not re-installed properly, the roof can become damaged and it might need replacement. Left unchecked, your roof might cave into your house or fall apart. Inside, your possessions and even your home can be damaged when the problem is not addressed in a timely fashion. One of the signs that the flashing is incorrectly installed is the presence of leaks inside the home during heavy rainfall. And when you inspect your roof, you might see that the metal has already corroded or has pulled away from the roof. This leads to gaps between the roof and the main structure of the house and paves the way for the entry of more water into your home. Eventually, the entry of moisture in areas where it shouldn't can lead to damage to wood and the presence of molds. This type of problem will not resolve itself. At the first sign of leaks inside your home, you need to call in the professionals to inspect your roof, including the flashing. Otherwise, if you wait until the problem has become progressively worse, you may end up paying more than you ought to had you acted promptly in the first place. Need a quick delivery of new Colorbond flashings? You can drop by our store, phone in your order or visit us online.
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COLORBOND® Parapet Capping Roof Flashing
COLORBOND® Parapet Capping A covering used to waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.   ♦ Parapet cappings should be fixed to parapet walls at intervalls not exceeding 500mm with anchors. ♦ A mimimum fall of 3˚ should be provided across the width of the flashing to divert water from dripping down and causing unsightly staining. If you require custom parapet capping, simply click here  to download our custom order form. How can we help? Call us on 5972 0576. Buy today FAST delivery at lowest prices! The Importance of Installing Colorbond Flashings, including Parapet Capping Correctly Most people think that it's only the roof that protects them and their homes from the elements. That is only partially true. The roof over your head does a good job of warding off sunlight, small animals, and even the rain. When the roof is properly installed, it can prevent a substantial amount of rainfall from entering into the home. However, the roof alone cannot offer complete protection against the rain, especially if there are additional fixtures like chimneys, vents, dormers and skylights installed. Without Colorbond flashings such as parapet capping, rainwater can penetrate the roof's surface and seep into the structure below it. This is one of the reasons why flashings are called protective seals. Apart from creating a weather-proof barrier, flashings also guide rainwater away from the roof. Flashings, for example parapet capping, should be installed around roof penetrations where water could pass through and gain access to the interior walls and ceilings. Flashings should also be installed on valleys, gaps, projections, joints, grooves and edges on roofs.  However, it is not enough that flashings are installed on the roof. When flashings are installed incorrectly, rainwater can get inside your home and you may need to set out buckets to collect the water dripping inside your home. Later on, when the flashings are not re-installed properly, the roof can become damaged and it might need replacement. Left unchecked, your roof might cave into your house or fall apart. Inside, your possessions and even your home can be damaged when the problem is not addressed in a timely fashion. One of the signs that the flashing is incorrectly installed is the presence of leaks inside the home during heavy rainfall. And when you inspect your roof, you might see that the metal has already corroded or has pulled away from the roof. This leads to gaps between the roof and the main structure of the house and paves the way for the entry of more water into your home. Eventually, the entry of moisture in areas where it shouldn't can lead to damage to wood and the presence of molds. This type of problem will not resolve itself. At the first sign of leaks inside your home, you need to call in the professionals to inspect your roof, including the flashing. Otherwise, if you wait until the problem has become progressively worse, you may end up paying more than you ought to had you acted promptly in the first place. Need a quick delivery of new Colorbond flashings? You can drop by our store, phone in your order or visit us online.
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Parapet Capping Roof Flashing COLORBOND®. A flashing waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.

Custom made available. Please contact us on
5972 0576.

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COLORBOND® Parapet Capping

A covering used to waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.
 
♦ Parapet cappings should be fixed to parapet walls at intervalls not exceeding 500mm with anchors.

♦ A mimimum fall of 3˚ should be provided across the width of the flashing to divert water from dripping down and causing unsightly staining.


If you require custom parapet capping, simply click here to download our custom order form.


How can we help? Call us on 5972 0576.

Buy today FAST delivery at lowest prices!





















The Importance of Installing Colorbond Flashings, including Parapet Capping Correctly

Most people think that it's only the roof that protects them and their homes from the elements. That is only partially true. The roof over your head does a good job of warding off sunlight, small animals, and even the rain. When the roof is properly installed, it can prevent a substantial amount of rainfall from entering into the home.

However, the roof alone cannot offer complete protection against the rain, especially if there are additional fixtures like chimneys, vents, dormers and skylights installed. Without Colorbond flashings such as parapet capping, rainwater can penetrate the roof's surface and seep into the structure below it. This is one of the reasons why flashings are called protective seals. Apart from creating a weather-proof barrier, flashings also guide rainwater away from the roof.

Flashings, for example parapet capping, should be installed around roof penetrations where water could pass through and gain access to the interior walls and ceilings. Flashings should also be installed on valleys, gaps, projections, joints, grooves and edges on roofs. 

However, it is not enough that flashings are installed on the roof. When flashings are installed incorrectly, rainwater can get inside your home and you may need to set out buckets to collect the water dripping inside your home. Later on, when the flashings are not re-installed properly, the roof can become damaged and it might need replacement. Left unchecked, your roof might cave into your house or fall apart. Inside, your possessions and even your home can be damaged when the problem is not addressed in a timely fashion.

One of the signs that the flashing is incorrectly installed is the presence of leaks inside the home during heavy rainfall. And when you inspect your roof, you might see that the metal has already corroded or has pulled away from the roof. This leads to gaps between the roof and the main structure of the house and paves the way for the entry of more water into your home. Eventually, the entry of moisture in areas where it shouldn't can lead to damage to wood and the presence of molds.

This type of problem will not resolve itself. At the first sign of leaks inside your home, you need to call in the professionals to inspect your roof, including the flashing. Otherwise, if you wait until the problem has become progressively worse, you may end up paying more than you ought to had you acted promptly in the first place.

Need a quick delivery of new Colorbond flashings? You can drop by our store, phone in your order or visit us online.

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