3.0m long Abutment Flashing, 200mm x 200mm x 100°, Plastic Coated

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Abutment Flashings (also known as Apron Flashings) are used where a roof slope meets a vertical wall to bridge the void and create a weather tight sealing. The vertical leg of the flashing is affixed to the vertical wall, with the other leg affixed to the roof sheet.
Manufactured in 3.0m lengths from a plastic-coated leathergrain material in heavier gauge 0.7mm sheet for strength and rigidity, whilst maintaining some flexibility to aid installation. The flashing legs measure 200mm with the internal angle at 100-degrees.
  • Length - 3.0m long
  • Dimensions - 200mm x 200mm x 100deg. Internal angle
  • Colour - Available in Juniper Green (BS 12B29) & Goosewing Grey (BS 10A05)
  • Colour Side – Internally coloured    
  • Finish – Leathergrain, Plastic Coated
  • Edge Detail - No welts (safety edges)

NEED A CUSTOM FLASHING? Made-to-order flashings are available, please contact our Sales Team for more information.

  • Length - 3.000m
  • Dimensions - 200mm x 200mm
  • Angle - 100 degrees
  • Finish - Leathergrain Plastic Coating
  • Material - Galvanised Steel
  • Thickness - 0.7mm
  • Weight - 6.24kg
  • Colour Side - Internal
  • Lap - 150mm Minimum
  • Edges - Un-welted


  • Colour matched to sheets 
  • Plastic coated for a more durable finish 
  • Suitable for angles between 85-115° 
  • Generous leg dimensions
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to install
Where do I use an abutment flashing?
An abutment flashing is used the bridge the void where roof sheets meet a vertical wall, to provide a weathertight seal.

What is the reccomended overlap of adjoining abutment flashings?
The minimum ovelap of adjoining abutment flashings should be 150mm.

How do I install an abutment flashing?
To install an abutment flashing, the vertical leg of the abutment flashing should sit flush with the wall to create a weathertight seal, it then needs be fixed into place using appropriate screws,  you then need to fix the lower leg of the abutment flashing to the crown of your roof sheet.

Can I get different sized flashings?
Yes, we can manufacture made to order flashings. If you want to make an enquiry, please contact our sales team

How do I calculate the angle I need?
The angle of abutment you need is calculated by adding the roof pitch degree to 90°. E.G if your roof pitch is 20°, it would be 90° + 20° = 110°

Is there any flexibility in the abutment flashing?
There is a small amount of flexibility in the ridge, so if you are using our 110° stock ridge you will be able to flex it some degrees either way.

Can Southern Sheeting cut flashings?
We are unable to cut our stock flashings, however we can provide made to order flashings to specific lengths.

Can I get different sized flashings?
Yes, we can manufacture made to order flashings. If you want to make an enquiry, please contact our sales team.