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Super durable powder coating provides an attractive, satin finish for our aluminum Kickout Flashing.
If the wall is to the right of the roof, choose the RIGHT flashing, if the wall is to the left, choose LEFT. (This orientation is based on standing at ground level looking up at the roof.)
A home’s gutters direct rainwater and melting snow and ice away from the walls. The water often misses the gutter and pours down the wall, and years of moisture exposure can cause the walls to rot, mold and become unsightly.
Powder-coated kickout flashing ensures water reaches the gutters without causing damage to the home. When installed during a build or remodel, this fixture can preserve the property and help to maintain your reputation as a construction professional.
The primary benefit of installing kickout flashing during a new construction or remodeling project is that it protects your hard work. Rain, snow and ice are a part of life, but water damage is often preventable. Kickout flashing is a simple, cost-effective option for avoiding water damage and protecting your projects.
Powder-coated flashing is available in several colors, making it easy to find an option that coordinates with the roof and fascia color. Choosing powder-coated over uncoated aluminum means you can give your customers attractive and durable choices when designing their new homes or remodeling projects.
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Kickout flashing is an L-shaped, thin piece of metal installed where the roof line meets a vertical wall. It ensures that water flows into the gutter rather than past it. The flashing’s aluminum construction means that it’s resistant to mold and ultraviolet light. A welded joint creates a watertight seal, ensuring the flashing won’t leak.
Powder coating gives plain aluminum an attractive appearance while increasing the flashing’s durability.
The best time to install kickout flashing is during the initial construction phase, ensuring years of protection from water damage. However, many professionals install flashing on existing buildings when completing remodeling projects.
Install the kickout flashing just above the gutter, at the corner where the roof line meets a wall. This product is available in right and left configurations, meaning you can use it on any side of a building.
Our kickout flashing is powder coated by Keystone Koating, a PCI 3000-certified company. The powder coating offers an additional layer of protection compared to uncoated aluminum flashing. It also makes the kickout flashing more aesthetically pleasing, as it gives you a wider choice of colors, including black, white and tan.
Protect your projects from water damage with powder-coated kickout flashing without breaking the bank. Kickout Flashing by PBZ’s volume discounts for bulk orders can make installing kickout flashing even more affordable.
Contact us today to place a bulk order.
Omitting kickout flashing often leads to major damage behind the exterior cladding. Our Kickout Flashing diverts the water at the roof eave away from the wall and into the gutter, protecting your reputation and avoiding expensive future repairs.
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