Find the Right Flashing for Your Roof Window

Published on Monday, 25th January 2016

Ensure a perfect installation with the right flashing kit

For a durable roof window you will enjoy for years, it's important you use the correct flashing for your roof. The built-in guttering forms a mini-drainage system that leads rainwater around the outside of your window and off the roof, protecting you and your home.

Use the images below to identify your slate or tile roof and window manufacturer. After clicking on the suitable product code, you'll be taken to the flashing's page where you simply need to select the correct dimensions (width x height cm).

 

My roof material looks like: My roof material is: My roof window is made by: 
Roll your mouse over the image   VELUX RoofLITE FAKRO Roto
Roofing window flashing for natural slate roof Natural slate roof under 8mm thick
For example, Marley Rivendale
EDL SFX ELV SNO
For a recessed fitting on your slate roof EDN KFF ELJ -
Roofing material - Tile Standard profiled tile up to 45mm thick
For example, Redland 49 tiles
EDW TFX EZV-A ZIE
Flashing & roofing material - Interlocking tile Interlocking tile roof
For example, Marley Modern tiles
EDW UFX EZV-A MUN
Buy roof window flashing for plain tile roofs Plain tile roof
For example, Marley Acme single camber or Redland Rosemary clay tiles
EDP KFP EPV SNH
Roofing material - Deep tile Deep tile roof
For example, Redland Cathedral pantile
EDW UFX EHN-A MUN
For a recessed fitting on your deep tile roof EDJ - EZJ-A -

 

Still not sure?

You will find more detailed information about tile and slate roofing material, and flashings using the links below. Just click on the manufacturer's name:

If you've not confidently identified your roof material, send us a photo of your roof with details about your window and how to contact you. We'll identify the correct flashing and ensure you get the best possible price for it. Email us at enquiries@sterlingbuild.co.uk.

 

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