METAL ROOFING & METAL SIDING
Common Standard Flashing
Ridge Roll/Cap - Used to close off peaks of roof
Gable - Used horizontally where length side of roof panel meets wall panel below
Eave - Used to hide rafter end where roof slightly overhangs top of wall
Drip - Used to seal above window or door and bottom of panel above
Base - Used as a starter strip for panels at bottom of building
J Trim - Used as a cap for panel edges, typically around windows and doors
Outside Corner - Used vertically on outside corners of building
Inside Corner - Used vertically on inside corners of building
Valley - Prevents leaks where two roof slopes create a valley
Side/End Wall - Used to prevent leaks between upper side walls and roof sheets
Snow Stop - Prevents snow buildup from sliding off roof, typically used above windows and doorways
Standard Flashing Series
Low Rib Panel
12-36 Reverse Panel
7/8" Corrugated Panel
VersaFrame Inc. operates brakes and shears at all of it's manufacturing locations across Western Canada. Each of our locations is capable of producing almost any kind of flashing your project requires in 10' lengths.
The following pages include recommended and commonly used flashing for each of our profiles on typical 4/12 roof pitches.
If you require custom flashing, simply provide us with your drawing and measurements and we'll take care of the rest.
Standard and custom flashing is available in all gauges and colors which we carry.
Diamond Rib Panel
Diamond Rib Reverse Panel