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Corner Capping Flashing 90 x 90 Colorbond or Zincalume Corner Capping Roof Flashing 3d

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Rainhead Flashing Order Form Sump / Tray Flashing Form EXAMPLE Flashing Order Custom Flashing Order Form
Would you like a custom flashing, sump, or rainhead? Please download the applicable order sheet and return it to us at sales@metalroofingonline.com.au

Purchase: Corner capping wall and roof flashing. Made from: COLORBOND® Steel.

Order online or contact our customer care team sales@metalroofingonline.com.au

These roof flashings can be used on the external corner of a building or are similar to barge capping.

How long does delivery take? 

Delivery takes approx 4 - 7 working days, depending on location. 


How do I have this flashing custom-made to meet my requirements?

If you need custom-made flashings, we’re happy to customise any measurements to suit your needs - please download Custom Flashings Order Form and return it to sales@metalroofingonline.com.au


Flashing Tolarance: Length: + 200mm, – 0mm


We use only the best 100% Australian steel for 100% peace of mind, made from BlueScope’s industry-leading brands such as COLORBOND® and ZINCALUME® steel. And, of course, all our products are extensively performance tested, backed with the strength of the BlueScope warranty and can be relied on with total and absolute confidence. 

Corner capping wall and roof flashing COLORBOND® 
Measurements : 10 x 90 x 90 x 10



3 Mistakes You Should Avoid When Installing Colorbond Flashings

Roof flashings are an integral part of your home's defence system against rainwater. Although Colorbond flashings look deceptively simple, these do a good job of preventing water and moisture from entering your home — that is, if these are installed properly. Many cases of leaking roofs can be attributed to some fault in the roof flashings, including damaged ones and those that have been poorly installed.  If you are planning on installing roof flashings by yourself, here are three key mistakes that you need to avoid. Not acting promptly If you have determined that the main cause of your leaking roof is the deteriorated flashing, the single worst thing that you can do is wait too long. Repairing or replacing the roof flashing is a straightforward process and yet it can help you save a ton of money, especially if you act promptly. When you fail to repair or replace your roof flashing, water can penetrate beneath the roof and into your home. This can lead to bigger problems like the rotting of the underlying wooden structure beneath the roof and the formation of moulds and mildew. Not being careful Anytime you work from heights, you should take all the necessary precautions. When you are planning to install roof flashings, you cannot afford to be careless. The first thing that you need to do is to make sure to schedule your project when there is little to no chance of raining. This will ensure that the roof is dry, prevent unnecessary interruption due to rains, and help improve safety. Check for the forecast a few days before the schedule and then check again before the actual day of the project. If you can enlist the help of your loved ones, friends, or even your neighbours, do not be afraid to ask for help.  Not being attentive to detail Simply put, if you want to get the best results out of your task, you need to pay attention to what you are doing. Installing roof flashings is far from the most exciting task. but you should not just go through the motions and rush things. Make sure that all cracks are sealed correctly using the right materials and double check and clean the work area once you are finished. Need Colorbond flashings or metal roofing? You can purchase online, in-store or over the phone from Metal Roofing Online. They offer Lowest prices with fast delivery.