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Flat Ventilated Zinc Ridge Detail

Flat Ventilated Zinc Ridge Detail

Last month we published an article about the hidden eaves box gutter on the Red Zinc Clad House at Blunham, Bedfordshire.  This time we’re looking at the flat ventilated zinc ridge detail which was used. This article is about ventilated zinc ridge details, what makes this one special and what to bear in mind, together with elzinc’s details in 2D, 3D and interactive 3D format for you to use in your projects.

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Brown Zinc Townhouses, Church Walk, Stoke Newington

Brown Zinc Townhouses, Church Walk, Stoke Newington

Project: Church Walk, Stoke Newington Client: Bluecroft/Hanover Housing Association Architect:  CH Architects LLP Specialist Roofing and Cladding Contractor: Metal Roof Ltd Material: elZinc Rainbohttps://metalroof.ltd.uk/w Brown and elZinc Rainbow Brown Advance This...

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Minimum Pitch Zinc Roof – how low can you go?

Minimum Pitch Zinc Roof – how low can you go?

One of the most common questions our technical team get asked, and one of the most common enquiries via our website, is “How low pitch can you make a standing seam zinc roof?” It may be that you have an existing roof design which is at a low pitch, and you’d like to...

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Zinc Cladding at the Seaside: Coast Bournemouth

Zinc Cladding at the Seaside: Coast Bournemouth

This group of seafront apartments on the site of the former Bournemouth International Hotel is perched right on the cliff side. The modern aesthetic of white render and glazed balconies is offset with crisp elZinc zinc cladding supplied by SIG Zinc and Copper and...

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