VELUX flashings

Precision-made for a secure, weathertight seal

VELUX tile & slate flashing kits

We have a comprehensive selection of VELUX flashings available for you. VELUX flashings are of the highest quality, providing you with a weathertight seal between the roof window and roofing material. We have a variation of plain tile flashings, slate replacement flashings and many more. Why don’t you have a browse through our range now and find something suitable for your window. VELUX is one of the best manufacturers in the industry, providing some of the highest quality products on the market.

There are many different types of flashings available under each category. With so many to choose from, you’ll be able to find something that suits your exact requirements. Whether you’re looking for a single flashing, combination, replacement, landscape or vertical conservation flashing, we’ll have something for you. Here is a simple overview of the most common VELUX flashing kits bought.

Installation type Tile roofing
Plain tile roofing Deep tile roofing
Slate roofing
Single standard installation EDZ EDP EDW EDL
Single recessed installation EDJ EDN
Conservation standard EDP EDW
Conservation recessed EDH EDN

If you have any queries about which flashing you need, please speak to our helpful team by calling us on 01304 899159.

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"Thank you for your very good service and communication when dealing with our order, such a treat these days. The roof, despite the artic weather, has now been completed and looks great."

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