ZINCALUME® Parapet Capping Roof Flashing

ZINCALUME® Parapet Capping Roof Flashing
ZINCALUME® Parapet Capping Flashing ♦ Fixed to the parapet wall using rivets and 12 x 25 screws.  ♦ Used to waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.  ♦ These roof flashings fixed to the parapet walls using masonry anchors. A minimum fall of three degrees should be provided across the width of the flashing. This will divert water from dripping down and causing unsightly staining. If you require custom sizes, please CLICK HERE  to download our custom order form. How can we help? Call us on 5972 0576. Buy today FAST delivery at lowest prices! Are you planning on tackling a roof flashing project yourself? You need to understand the different components that are essential in putting a roof together so you’ll do what you can to ensure that each one is able to serve its purpose really well. Roof flashing is one of the important parts of a roof. Not only do you have to make sure it’s there, but you also need to make sure that it has been installed correctly. Your flashing plays a huge role in keeping your roof long-lasting and watertight. What are the other benefits it provides that the layperson may not be aware of? Before anything else, what is roof flashing? It’s that component that protects the potential weak points of a roof from damage, which can then lead to the entire roof becoming vulnerable and the structure itself becoming susceptible to leaks. It is usually installed along walls, edges, valleys, and protrusions like chimneys. It is available in a variety of materials such as rubber or roofing felt, but most of the time, it is made from metal such as copper, aluminium, and steel.  How exactly does flashing protect the roof? It does this by providing an impervious water membrane. It collects water that is trying to find its way through the roof and redirects it from these trouble areas and sends it off the roof. This obviously prevents moisture-related problems like leaks from wreaking havoc. What are the different issues brought on by water penetrating the roof? First, it can compromise the integrity of the roof and the structure itself. Staying in a weakened structure is dangerous, of course. There is also the possible development of mould from the damp, which poses risks to the health. Water or moisture also causes other dangerous situations, such as when wires get wet; this could lead to fires or electrocution. Water is not the only thing that flashings keep at bay. They’re also great at preventing insects from finding their way into the interior of the structure. Besides the fact that bugs can eat away at a building, there’s also the other fact that they can bring disease as well as general discomfort and unpleasantness. Flashings save the day by barring their entry. Of course, protective though their main function may be, flashings also have an aesthetic purpose since they give your roof a neat and sleek look. Remember that your flashing is only as good as the material used and the way it was installed. Correct installation is paramount, of course, but that’s not going to do a lot if your material is inferior. You want the sturdiest, most durable, and, thus, most cost-effective option. When it comes to roofing, you can’t go wrong with Bluescope Steel products. You can order them online from Flashings Melbourne, trusted suppliers for the lowest prices and fast delivery. 
15
https://flashingsmelbourne.com.au/129-large_default/zincalume-parapet-capping-roof-flashing.jpg
ZINCALUME® Parapet Capping Roof Flashing
ZINCALUME® Parapet Capping Flashing ♦ Fixed to the parapet wall using rivets and 12 x 25 screws.  ♦ Used to waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.  ♦ These roof flashings fixed to the parapet walls using masonry anchors. A minimum fall of three degrees should be provided across the width of the flashing. This will divert water from dripping down and causing unsightly staining. If you require custom sizes, please CLICK HERE  to download our custom order form. How can we help? Call us on 5972 0576. Buy today FAST delivery at lowest prices! Are you planning on tackling a roof flashing project yourself? You need to understand the different components that are essential in putting a roof together so you’ll do what you can to ensure that each one is able to serve its purpose really well. Roof flashing is one of the important parts of a roof. Not only do you have to make sure it’s there, but you also need to make sure that it has been installed correctly. Your flashing plays a huge role in keeping your roof long-lasting and watertight. What are the other benefits it provides that the layperson may not be aware of? Before anything else, what is roof flashing? It’s that component that protects the potential weak points of a roof from damage, which can then lead to the entire roof becoming vulnerable and the structure itself becoming susceptible to leaks. It is usually installed along walls, edges, valleys, and protrusions like chimneys. It is available in a variety of materials such as rubber or roofing felt, but most of the time, it is made from metal such as copper, aluminium, and steel.  How exactly does flashing protect the roof? It does this by providing an impervious water membrane. It collects water that is trying to find its way through the roof and redirects it from these trouble areas and sends it off the roof. This obviously prevents moisture-related problems like leaks from wreaking havoc. What are the different issues brought on by water penetrating the roof? First, it can compromise the integrity of the roof and the structure itself. Staying in a weakened structure is dangerous, of course. There is also the possible development of mould from the damp, which poses risks to the health. Water or moisture also causes other dangerous situations, such as when wires get wet; this could lead to fires or electrocution. Water is not the only thing that flashings keep at bay. They’re also great at preventing insects from finding their way into the interior of the structure. Besides the fact that bugs can eat away at a building, there’s also the other fact that they can bring disease as well as general discomfort and unpleasantness. Flashings save the day by barring their entry. Of course, protective though their main function may be, flashings also have an aesthetic purpose since they give your roof a neat and sleek look. Remember that your flashing is only as good as the material used and the way it was installed. Correct installation is paramount, of course, but that’s not going to do a lot if your material is inferior. You want the sturdiest, most durable, and, thus, most cost-effective option. When it comes to roofing, you can’t go wrong with Bluescope Steel products. You can order them online from Flashings Melbourne, trusted suppliers for the lowest prices and fast delivery. 
barges
15
https://flashingsmelbourne.com.au/129-large_default/zincalume-parapet-capping-roof-flashing.jpg
Flashings Melbourne
https://flashingsmelbourne.com.au/img/flashings-melbourne-logo-1475453601.jpg
Australia
Mornington
48 Watt Road
3931
5972 0575
-38.231321
145.053155
10.30
AUD
true
10.30
AUD
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#ByBankTransferInAdvance
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DirectDebit
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#MasterCard
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#VISA
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeFreight
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeMail
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeOwnFleet
http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModePickUp

ZINCALUME® Parapet capping roof flashing. Waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls.

Custom made available. Please contact us on
5972 0576.

$10.30 10.3
- +

ZINCALUME® Parapet Capping Flashing



♦ Fixed to the parapet wall using rivets and 12 x 25 screws. 

♦ Used to waterproof and cap the ends of vertical sheets or masonry walls. 

♦ These roof flashings fixed to the parapet walls using masonry anchors. A minimum fall of three degrees should be provided across the width of the flashing. This will divert water from dripping down and causing unsightly staining.


If you require custom sizes, please CLICK HERE to download our custom order form.

How can we help? Call us on 5972 0576.

Buy today FAST delivery at lowest prices!



















Are you planning on tackling a roof flashing project yourself?

You need to understand the different components that are essential in putting a roof together so you’ll do what you can to ensure that each one is able to serve its purpose really well.

Roof flashing is one of the important parts of a roof. Not only do you have to make sure it’s there, but you also need to make sure that it has been installed correctly. Your flashing plays a huge role in keeping your roof long-lasting and watertight. What are the other benefits it provides that the layperson may not be aware of?

Before anything else, what is roof flashing? It’s that component that protects the potential weak points of a roof from damage, which can then lead to the entire roof becoming vulnerable and the structure itself becoming susceptible to leaks. It is usually installed along walls, edges, valleys, and protrusions like chimneys. It is available in a variety of materials such as rubber or roofing felt, but most of the time, it is made from metal such as copper, aluminium, and steel. 

How exactly does flashing protect the roof? It does this by providing an impervious water membrane. It collects water that is trying to find its way through the roof and redirects it from these trouble areas and sends it off the roof. This obviously prevents moisture-related problems like leaks from wreaking havoc.

What are the different issues brought on by water penetrating the roof? First, it can compromise the integrity of the roof and the structure itself. Staying in a weakened structure is dangerous, of course. There is also the possible development of mould from the damp, which poses risks to the health. Water or moisture also causes other dangerous situations, such as when wires get wet; this could lead to fires or electrocution.

Water is not the only thing that flashings keep at bay. They’re also great at preventing insects from finding their way into the interior of the structure. Besides the fact that bugs can eat away at a building, there’s also the other fact that they can bring disease as well as general discomfort and unpleasantness. Flashings save the day by barring their entry.

Of course, protective though their main function may be, flashings also have an aesthetic purpose since they give your roof a neat and sleek look.

Remember that your flashing is only as good as the material used and the way it was installed. Correct installation is paramount, of course, but that’s not going to do a lot if your material is inferior. You want the sturdiest, most durable, and, thus, most cost-effective option. When it comes to roofing, you can’t go wrong with Bluescope Steel products. You can order them online from Flashings Melbourne, trusted suppliers for the lowest prices and fast delivery. 

Relatedproducts