Standard Metroll flashings are manufactured up to 1200mm wide so as to minimise wastage onsite. Custom made flashings have varying maximum lengths, but are normally limited to 8m.
Avoid using incompatible roofing metals such as lead and copper that can accelerate corrosion and decrease the lifespan of your roof. Avoid using lead flashings, but where these are cemented into existing building, paint with a premium external paint and ensure there is a
barrier between the lead flashing and cladding.
Flashings manufactured from COLORBOND® steel have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. But check your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing as varying light conditions and limitations of the printing process affect colour tones.
Metroll flashings come in a wide range of ZINCALUME® steel, COLORBOND® steel or galvanised steel.
Please enquire at your nearest Metroll office about colours, lead time and availability.
Avoid using Metroll flashings within 1km of industrial, chemical, marine or unusually corrosive environments.
If your project is located within a corrosive region please contact your nearest Metroll office for advice on the right product to use.
In bushfire areas flashings need to be snugly fitted and embedded in fire resistant insulation material.
Designs and drawings need to specify Metroll flashings as manufactured by Metroll Pty Ltd and installed according to
the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Availability & Delivery
Metroll flashings are available directly from the national network of Metroll offices.
Please contact your local Metroll office or distributor for relevant delivery days to your area.
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