ERoofing stocks a range of lead flashing rolls that are suitable for even the heaviest duty needs. For when there is a need for a more robust solution, codes 6 lead flashing is available to order directly from our website.
While other codes of lead flashings, particularly 4 and 5, are more commonplace, some projects require thicker rolls of lead to provide the best finish. Code 6 lead flashing comes in at 2.65mm in thickness.
The extra thickness and additional weight means that these solutions do come at a premium due to the increased amount of lead. With that, however, comes increased thermal movement above codes at the lower end of the spectrum.
These thicker forms of lead flashing are used in areas where a more robust product is needed. Code 6, 7 and 8 can be used for flat/pitched roofing, parapets, and bay tops and balconies, while codes 6 and 7 can also be installed on dormers, pitched valley gutters and vertical cladding.
Code 6 lead flashing can be installed on chimney flashing, apron and cover flashing, and hip and ridge flashing, where 7 and 8 cannot. The correct form of lead flashing must be used, otherwise it can cause issues that will need rectifying further down the line.
Whatever code of lead flashing you require, you can get it from ERoofing today. We stock codes 3-8 on our website, with many of our products available for next-day delivery, which means that if you have an urgent need for lead flashing, we can get the product out to you as soon as possible. We look to ensure that your project can be completed with minimal fuss and delays.
If you would like some more information on the differences between code 6, and other codes, as well as when we would recommend using them, please get in contact with a member of our team today.