SNAP-TITE® TRIMS

These are the recommended trims to use with SNAP-TITE® panels:

MEEF1

MEEF1 - Eave Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 4.625″ of roof coverage and 2″ of wall coverage.
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering.
  • Eave flashing gives a finished look along the drip eave of the house, as well as providing protection for the materials they cover. The eave flashing should completely cover the top edge of the fascia. Inside closures, which seal off the open ribs of the panels, are optional.

MEEF2 - Eave Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 4.375″ of roof coverage and 3.25″ of wall coverage.
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering.
  • Eave flashing gives a finished look along the drip eave of the house, as well as providing protection for the materials they cover. The eave flashing should completely cover the top edge of the fascia. Inside closures, which seal off the open ribs of the panels, are optional.
MEEW1

MEEW1 - Endwall Flashing

  • Recommended to use outside closures.
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering.
  • Endwall flashing is applied where the upward slope of a roof meets the wall. The wall side of the flashing can be covered with siding or counter-flashing, and outside closures are necessary to seal between the flashing and the panel.

MEGF3 - Gable Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 1.375″ of coverage.
  • Gable flashing is used to trim the edge of the roofing panel at the gable end of the roof. It should match the eave flashing that extends along the drip edge of the roof. If the panel is allowed to hang over the gable end, eave flashing can be used instead. Butyl tape between the trim and the panel eliminates leaks.
METF1

METF1 - Pitch Break/Transition Flashing

  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering.

MEPG1 - Prow Gable Flashing

MESW2 - Sidewall Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 4″ of coverage.
  • Sidewall flashing is applied when the side of the roof butts up against an adjacent wall. The wall side of the flashing can either be covered over with siding or sealed with caulk. Butyl tape should be applied where the “foot” of the flashing attaches to the roof.
MESB1

MESB1 - Snow Break Flashing

  • Snow breaks are placed horizontally across the ribs of the roof panels to impede or break up the flow of snow off the roof. It is generally placed above entry ways or traffic areas.

MEVF1 - 'W' Valley Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 11″ of coverage
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering
MEVF2

MEVF2 - 'W' Valley Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 17″ of coverage
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering
MEPC2

MEPC2 - Peak Cap

  • Allows for approximately 6″ of coverage
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering
MERC3

MERC3 - Ridge Cap

  • Allows for approximately 6″ of coverage
  • Can be bent to match roof pitch, which must be specified at time of ordering

MEZBAR1 - Z-BAR

  • Also available vented (MEZBAR1V)

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