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Flashings

Roof flashing is primarily installed to serve as a barrier from weather changes such as rainwater falling down the roof or strong winds which, without flashings, can cause damage to the roof sheets. Clad Roofing Supplies can make almost any custom flashing to suit your requirements. Our website can be filtered according to the design and material of the flashings needed. Metal roof flashings from Clad Roofing Supplies are easily accessible to all parts of Sydney.

We pride ourselves on quality and precision in every facet of our business. We are always striving for the most innovative solution to achieve all your roofing needs through a constant focus on customer satisfaction and design improvisation. Contact Us for a one on one conversation to discuss your roofing desires.

We offer a range of flashing options, including the following.

Chased Apron Flashing


Chased apron flashings are designed to sit tightly against the roof to lead the water flow downward and away from the chimney.

Angle Diverter Flashing


Angle Diverter flashings are designed to keep any water from penetrating to seams of the cladding.

Angled Apron 45 and 110 Degrees Flashing


Typically fabricated with an aluminium base, angled apron flashing follows around the chimney and is tightly shut at the bottom, with a storm collar joint together by a sealant. We have is angled apron 45 degrees flashing and angled apron 110 degrees flashing available.

Vertical Cladding


Vertical flashing is done by cladding another wall on top of the existing wall. For wind-hit areas, this is carefully installed so it is not directly damaged when strong winds blow.

Two-Piece Apron Flashing


To ensure decades of a safe and durable roof structure, this is the most suited type of flashing, as it will serve the purpose of protecting the roof for as long as 50 years.

Transverse Flashing


Running through valleys where rainwater normally channels through, this type of flashing has a stiff lip and is turned down so it fits the gutter smoothly.

Longitudinal Flashing


Longitudinal flashing covers areas and ridges where water normally passes through easily. This is the most commonly used type of flashing among residential units.

Shop from our website and seek the expert help of our experienced consultants if you need assistance in choosing the best flashing option for your home.