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REDLAND ROLLS OUT NEW RAPID FLASHING GUARANTEE

Rapid Flashing can be used instead of lead in the majority of pitched roof applications, including side abutments, top edge abutments, hips, valleys, saddles and around chimneys.

The watertightness of this quick and easy lead-free range of flashing solutions is now guaranteed for 20-years. It can also be sold as part of the 15-year SpecMaster guarantee or 10-year HomeSpec and HouseBuilder guarantees if used as part of a complete solution withother Redland products.

This guarantee helps boost the market's confidence about the longevity of the Rapid Flashing brand as an ideal alternative to lead.

The unrivalled speed and ease of installation enables standard flashing details to be completed twice as quickly as with lead, offering a viable and safer alternative to traditional methods.

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