Extra stains


    Additional stains protect the roof from moisture and give the roof a complete look. Brush, tip, eaves, pharynx and joint stains are commonly used as additional stains. The standard size of additional stains is 2000 mm.

    The brush plate is used to cover the roof brush to prevent rainwater from entering the substructure.
    The endplate is secured to the end eaves table by finishing the edge of the roof and protecting it from moisture.
    The eaves sheet is placed under the eaves sheet to prevent water dripping from the roof into the wind box.
    The gutter sheet is installed before the profile sheets are laid. Roof panels are installed on the sink sheet, the edges of which are cut along the sink.
    The joint profile connects the roof profile to the chimney or the wall of the house.