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A200 Drip Roofing Trim - 1.5 metre length

SKU
9907026
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Quick Overview

The A type trim is a drip trim, fitted to the lowest edge of the roof usually where the rainwater flows into the gutter. This roofing trim is compatible with our B260 upstand roofing trim.

Dimensions

Girth: 200mm; Depth: 90mm; Length: 1.5metres

£8.34 £6.95

The A type trim is a drip trim, fitted to the lowest edge of the roof usually where the rainwater flows into the gutter.

The A200 is compatible with the B260 Roofing Trim.

Dimensions

Girth: 200mm; Depth: 90mm; Length: 1.5m

Fitting Instructions

Two support battens should be fixed to the perimeter of the roof to provide space for the gutter to fit behind the trim, with the outer batten attached 10mm lower than the inner batten to allow the trim to sit flush with the roof.

Apply trim adhesive to the batten in 30mm beads at 300mm centres, rub the trim into place and nail to the decking. Do not nail through the front of the trim. If the pitch of the roof is only minimal, rainwater is likely to hold behind the trim. A planning machine can be used to take 2mm off the deck to allow the trim to lay flush with the board.

Roofing Trim FAQ's

Q. Which roofing trims are compatible with each other?

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The following trims are compatible with each other
  • A200 is a fascia trim for allowing drainage into a gutter. Compatible with C1 C2 and C4 corner trims
  • B260 is a raised edge trim which prevents water runoff. Compatible with C1 C2 and C4 corner trims
  • A200 and the B260 are compatible with each other
  • A250 and B300 - A250 is a fascia trim for allowing drainage into a gutter & the B300 is a raised edge trim which prevents water... Read more
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A drip trim is placed at the lowest edge of the roof and is used to allow the water to runoff into a gutter. A raised edge trim is used to prevent the water runoff.

Published in: Roofing Trims