COLORBOND® Barge Capping Roof Flashing

COLORBOND® Barge Capping Roof Flashing
Barge Capping Roof Flashing: COLORBOND® Barge cappings are fitted to water proof the junction bewteen the fascia or the barge board and the roof sheeting - providing an attractive finish to the roof.  These flashings are usually right angled flashings installed at each end wall where the end wall sheets meet the roof sheeting and a water proof capping is required to seal the property. They are also available in custom made designs to suit your specific requirements.  ♦ Measurements- 10mm hook, 75mm rise, 140mm accross the roof with a 10mm break at the end. ♦ If you would like to ammend these measurements at all, please let us know in the comments box at the end of your order. ♦ Click here  to download our custom order sheet Roof Flashing. Anytime you have an adjustment in the surface of your rooftop you have a place that is powerless against spilling. An alternate roofline, fireplaces, vents and even the eaves and rakes are all susceptible to water damage if not constructed properly. This includes the actual labour and materials used. The roof continually expands and contracts in response to the elements. This is a common occurrence to which your roof should be able to respond without damage. If you leak, you may have to pursue some roof flashing repair to correct the problem. Many areas may need roof flashing repair to stop the unwanted leaks. The one area most familiar to homeowners is found around the chimney. This type of construction is called step flashing due to its appearance of "stepping" up the structure. This is the bright metal sheeting around the base of the chimney. This same type of step flashing is used around dormer windows also. The purpose of this, and all flashing is to direct the flow of rainwater away from vulnerable areas. When installed correctly in a two-part system, this flashing will work with gravity to move the flow of water off the roof. You may need roof flashing repair for the areas around the roof penetrations of pipes and vents. This is called vent pipe flashing and is also crucial to redirect the flow of water. It must be properly installed and maintained to prevent water from leaking into your home in these vulnerable spots. Also, you will find flashing at the intersections of different rooflines. Most homes have at least a few of these at the porches and decks attached to the home. This is a good tidbit to know if you are having any addition built onto your home. There must be flashing added, or it will leak. There are also flashing systems at the eaves and rakes of your home supplied by Melbourne supply roof flashings with low cost and fast delivery. If you have noticed water flow behind the gutters during a weather event, and you know the gutters and downspouts are clean and flowing, the problem could be with the flashing. Again, their purpose is to keep the water away from wood and underlayment to prevent damage. Rotting fascia may indicate that you need roof flashing repair whether or not you see any flowing water. It is best to contact Flashings Melbourne who can supply flashings to fix these vital roofing systems.
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COLORBOND® Barge Capping Roof Flashing
Barge Capping Roof Flashing: COLORBOND® Barge cappings are fitted to water proof the junction bewteen the fascia or the barge board and the roof sheeting - providing an attractive finish to the roof.  These flashings are usually right angled flashings installed at each end wall where the end wall sheets meet the roof sheeting and a water proof capping is required to seal the property. They are also available in custom made designs to suit your specific requirements.  ♦ Measurements- 10mm hook, 75mm rise, 140mm accross the roof with a 10mm break at the end. ♦ If you would like to ammend these measurements at all, please let us know in the comments box at the end of your order. ♦ Click here  to download our custom order sheet Roof Flashing. Anytime you have an adjustment in the surface of your rooftop you have a place that is powerless against spilling. An alternate roofline, fireplaces, vents and even the eaves and rakes are all susceptible to water damage if not constructed properly. This includes the actual labour and materials used. The roof continually expands and contracts in response to the elements. This is a common occurrence to which your roof should be able to respond without damage. If you leak, you may have to pursue some roof flashing repair to correct the problem. Many areas may need roof flashing repair to stop the unwanted leaks. The one area most familiar to homeowners is found around the chimney. This type of construction is called step flashing due to its appearance of "stepping" up the structure. This is the bright metal sheeting around the base of the chimney. This same type of step flashing is used around dormer windows also. The purpose of this, and all flashing is to direct the flow of rainwater away from vulnerable areas. When installed correctly in a two-part system, this flashing will work with gravity to move the flow of water off the roof. You may need roof flashing repair for the areas around the roof penetrations of pipes and vents. This is called vent pipe flashing and is also crucial to redirect the flow of water. It must be properly installed and maintained to prevent water from leaking into your home in these vulnerable spots. Also, you will find flashing at the intersections of different rooflines. Most homes have at least a few of these at the porches and decks attached to the home. This is a good tidbit to know if you are having any addition built onto your home. There must be flashing added, or it will leak. There are also flashing systems at the eaves and rakes of your home supplied by Melbourne supply roof flashings with low cost and fast delivery. If you have noticed water flow behind the gutters during a weather event, and you know the gutters and downspouts are clean and flowing, the problem could be with the flashing. Again, their purpose is to keep the water away from wood and underlayment to prevent damage. Rotting fascia may indicate that you need roof flashing repair whether or not you see any flowing water. It is best to contact Flashings Melbourne who can supply flashings to fix these vital roofing systems.
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Barge capping roof flashing - waterproof the junction between the fascia or barge board and roof sheeting, providing an attractive finish to the roof. 

Custom made available. Please contact us on 5972 0576.

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Barge Capping Roof Flashing: COLORBOND®

Barge cappings are fitted to water proof the junction bewteen the fascia or the barge board and the roof sheeting - providing an attractive finish to the roof.

 These flashings are usually right angled flashings installed at each end wall where the end wall sheets meet the roof sheeting and a water proof capping is required to seal the property. They are also available in custom made designs to suit your specific requirements. 


♦ Measurements- 10mm hook, 75mm rise, 140mm accross the roof with a 10mm break at the end.


♦ If you would like to ammend these measurements at all, please let us know in the comments box at the end of your order.

Click here to download our custom order sheet















Roof Flashing.
Anytime you have an adjustment in the surface of your rooftop you have a place that is powerless against spilling. An alternate roofline, fireplaces, vents and even the eaves and rakes are all susceptible to water damage if not constructed properly. This includes the actual labour and materials used. The roof continually expands and contracts in response to the elements. This is a common occurrence to which your roof should be able to respond without damage. If you leak, you may have to pursue some roof flashing repair to correct the problem. Many areas may need roof flashing repair to stop the unwanted leaks. The one area most familiar to homeowners is found around the chimney. This type of construction is called step flashing due to its appearance of "stepping" up the structure. This is the bright metal sheeting around the base of the chimney. This same type of step flashing is used around dormer windows also. The purpose of this, and all flashing is to direct the flow of rainwater away from vulnerable areas. When installed correctly in a two-part system, this flashing will work with gravity to move the flow of water off the roof. You may need roof flashing repair for the areas around the roof penetrations of pipes and vents. This is called vent pipe flashing and is also crucial to redirect the flow of water. It must be properly installed and maintained to prevent water from leaking into your home in these vulnerable spots. Also, you will find flashing at the intersections of different rooflines. Most homes have at least a few of these at the porches and decks attached to the home. This is a good tidbit to know if you are having any addition built onto your home. There must be flashing added, or it will leak. There are also flashing systems at the eaves and rakes of your home supplied by Melbourne supply roof flashings with low cost and fast delivery. If you have noticed water flow behind the gutters during a weather event, and you know the gutters and downspouts are clean and flowing, the problem could be with the flashing. Again, their purpose is to keep the water away from wood and underlayment to prevent damage. Rotting fascia may indicate that you need roof flashing repair whether or not you see any flowing water. It is best to contact Flashings Melbourne who can supply flashings to fix these vital roofing systems.





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