A ridge cap having different shapes and sizes is composed of the galvanized metal sheet installed at the top of the roof along the ridge line to show the building’s appealing look to outsiders.
With the decorative pieces at peaks of the roof when there is an obtuse angle between the planes of the roof sheets along the ridge line, these roofing materials are known as asphalt ridge caps. Ridges don’t necessarily get hit with more rain, but the danger of moisture sneaking in through the peak is genuine if it’s not protected. Although, it helps to throw the rainwater away from the roof and keep it dry and clean.
Some builders prefer pre-fabricated roof caps composed of asphalt shingles, aluminum, and plastics. Many builders try to match the rest of the roof and many keep it uncovered ridge cap. Most of the ridge caps work as a ventilator and keep the temperature of the inside normal. The “V” shaped ridges allow the hot air to escape without letting the rainwater travel inside.
1. Roll Top Ridge Cap
The ideal ridge cap for Corodek roofs. Its curved shape complements both traditional and contemporary roof types.
2. Flat Ridge Cap
3. Standard Ridge Cap (with or without mesh)
Provides an effective system of natural ventilation in industrial and light industrial buildings.
4. Met-Vent Ridge Cap
General Shipping Under 9 Meters
Delivery is based on the distance from our shop in West Ipswich for all items that are stocked on site. However, if you are ordering items that are custom made e.g. roof sheets, flashings the delivery price will default to the flat rate cost. A crane truck will be provided for packs of roof sheet and reo mesh that cant be unloaded by hand.
Your order may come in two different deliveries, however our friendly staff will contact you and advise you of this.
Once your order is processed our staff will contact you via email or text in regards to a shipping ETA.
Shipping Over 9m & Up to 12m
For orders over 9m you must provide your own means of unloading the goods at the set place of delivery. Costs will still incur if you fail to provide adequate equipment to unload your goods.
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