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Installation > Trims

How to install: Gutter Trims

1.

Our trims are designed to be installed onto a flat roof with no arris rails in place.

Secure a roofing batten (25mm × 50mm) to the perimeter ensuring that it is level with the decking.

2.

Align the top of the base plate approx 5mm below the top of the drip batten ensuring that the lip is at the bottom, pointing away from the roof. Secure with the plain ring shank nails provided. It is advisable to leave a small gap between adjoining sections to allow for expansion/contraction.

3.

Dress the membrane over the base plate.

Ensure that the fixing holes will not align with those on the base plate, pull rubber taut and secure the top plate with the supplied coloured polynails. Ensure that the fixings are installed through the centre of the elongated slot to allow for expansion and contraction.

4.

It is advisable to drill a pilot hole in the base plate prior to fixing the top plate. The unique design will neatly sandwich the membrane in place. Install joining pieces as required and secure with mastic or polynails.

How to install: Edge Trim

1.

Dress the membrane over the pre installed drip batten. Compress trim and carefully secure in place with the supplied coloured polynails. Ensure that the fixings are installed through the centre of the elongated slot to allow for expansion and contraction.

2.

It is advisable to leave a small gap between adjoining sections to allow for expansion/contraction.

Use corners to finish.

How to install: Corners

1.

Corner trims provide a cost effective of joining two trims together for neat 90 degree corners. An internal corner for the Edge Trim is also available. Carefully remove both blanking plates with pliers, trim off any excess, drill pilot holes and secure with polypins. By removing one of the blanking plates with pliers, our corners neatly join an edge trim to a gutter trim.

2.

Carefully remove both blanking plates with a pair of pliers, trim off any excess with a sharp knife, drill pilot holes and secure wuth polypins.

3.

By just removing one of the blanking plates with pliers, our corners neatly join an edge trim to be a gutter trim.

4.

Our Gutter Trim Corners neatly seal the gutter.