Quality Edge Flashing

Water always wins. Until now

Essential, yet so simple. Quality Edge’s wide variety of flashing solutions have been designed to minimize water back-up while maximizing the life of roofs, windows and walls.

Angle Flashing

Angle Flashing provides a layer of protection between the wall’s siding or brick and the roof’s sheeting – preventing the water from flowing back into the wall where it can cause mold or wood rot.

Base/Roof Flashing

Base/Roof flashing works like shingles– it overlaps and sheds water. Like all flashings, it is constructed in a system to work with the effect of gravity. Quality Edge Flashings are available in many sizes, all of which are available in colors that match the Drip Edge, W-Valley and Gutter Protection.

Deck Flashing

Our Deck Flashing works like one long shingle to make the joint between the deck and the house impregnable.

Dormer Flashing

Outside corners on dormers require dormer flashing to prevent water leaks.

Porch Flashing

Porch Flashing prevents problems with water leaks at the junction of the porch deck and the exterior wall.

Reglet Flashing

Use a reglet to terminate roofing, waterproofing, and flashing in concrete walls.

Roll Flashing

To help prevent leaks, corrosion-resistant metal flashing is typically applied. Metal flashing is very effective, and when properly installed, can help accommodate roof, chimney, wall, or structural movements due to settling, expansion, and contraction.

Roof to Wall Flashing

Roof to Wall Flashing covers the joint between the roof and the house wall making it impenetrable.

Step Flashing – Flat

Our Step Flashing is available in steel and aluminum and in many sizes, all of which are available in colors that match the Drip Edge, W-Valley and Gutter Protection.

Step Flashing – PreBent

Our PreBent Step Flashing is available in aluminum or steel and in many sizes, all of which are available in colors that match the Drip Edge, W-Valley and Gutter Protection.

Z-Flashing

Use Z-Flashing over windows, doors and band boards to create a decorative yet functional joining point. It also protects the horizontal joints between siding panels that don’t overlap.