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Suntuf 4 ft. Clear Polycarbonate Ridge Cap Flashing
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Suntuf

4 ft. Clear Polycarbonate Ridge Cap Flashing

$20.08 /each

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Product Overview

The Suntuf ridge cap is a corrugated flashing intended specifically to provide a solution for eliminating leaks where two Suntuf corrugated roofing panels meet to form a peak or ridge in a traditional A shaped roofline. The flashing is manufactured with the same 3 in. corrugation as the Suntuf panel to provide an excellent fit and simplify the otherwise difficult task of flashing a corrugated roof.

  • Polycarbonate construction for impact resistance
  • Use to cap the peaks of traditional A-style roofs
  • Profile to match corrugated panels
  • Clear for use with different panel colors

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do I install the ridge cap by overlapping it with the panels and then jus screw it down? I will h...

Do I install the ridge cap by overlapping it with the panels and then jus screw it down? I will have a 2/12 pitch or 1.5/12 pitch and with it that low, I would imagine I should screw it ith what minimum overlap - 2 to 3 inches?
Asked by: Recreateager
Yes, you put the ridge cap over the panels and then fastener down through the ridge cap into the panels.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2016-11-21

i cant find a ridge cap for the corugated pannels (not the square)

Asked by: eric
I recently faced the same problem and didn't want to use metal ridge cap. I used a row of the corrugated plastic closure strips on top of the panel, then put the ribbed style on top of that. Then I used the Suntuf cap that fit. It only raised the ridge cap about an inch and it worked very well. Of course, for the additional cost, I could have simply used the other style panel to begin with.
Answered by: DJ3
Date published: 2016-05-06

What is the angle of the ridge cap? 135*?

Asked by: papa
The ridge cap is flexible and can be formed to many angles.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2016-08-09

This was available in multiple stores yesterday, and now says "This product isn't currently sold ...

This was available in multiple stores yesterday, and now says "This product isn't currently sold in stores" and "out of stock online." What's going on?
Asked by: JFG
Stock will be available online on Friday 12/16. Please check the website Friday afternoon and there should be stock available at that time.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2016-12-14

Suncast shed leaking

Hi, I have a Suncast A frame vinyl shed that is leaking. It appears to be leaking from the ridge vents. Can I use this product to overlap both sides of the ridge vent and secondly how is this product anchored to the shed? If anyone can help I would appreciate it.
Asked by: Grateful
Good Morning, Our Suntuf ridge cap is designed to be used with our Suntuf panels, which have a "square" corrugation. I looked up a picture of the shed online and our flashings would not work for this type of building. You may want to consider a flat metal or aluminum flashing and some sealant.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2015-12-17

I wish the stores stocked this item. I got roof panels but could not get this item!

Asked by: Khjones
Good Morning, I apologize the store did not stock what you need. Due to space constraints, sometimes the entire product line is not stocked. This item can be purchased online at www.homedepot.com and shipped directly to your home. Thank you!
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2016-03-24

Can this ridge cap be used to close out a hipped (pyramid) roof? I don't see out how the ribs of...

Can this ridge cap be used to close out a hipped (pyramid) roof? I don't see out how the ribs of the ridge cap would fit with the ribs of the roof panels. If not, what would you recommend using?
Asked by: Art
We do not offer a ridge cap for a hip style roof. You may need to use an aluminum or metal flashing for this.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2016-11-02

How wide of a ridge gap does this product specify?

Asked by: steve
Good Morning, Our ridge cap flashing measures 4'2"x12". It is flexible and can fit most pitches and angles.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2016-03-28
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Customer Reviews

4 ft. Clear Polycarbonate Ridge Cap Flashing is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Greenhouse friendly We purchased this and other polycarbonate products from Home Depot to complete our own greenhouse plans. We are pleased with the ease of use and durability. We tried a kit, in the past, and were very disappointed.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good product I needed to cover the roof on my small greenhouse. After reserching roofing options I chose the Polycarbonate panels from Home Depot. I purchased 12' panels and cut them in half, I used a circular saw with a fine toothed blade turned backwards and cut all five panels at once it cut very easily. I had to order the ridge cap online it fit the panels very well I do think you should be able to purchase all accessories for the job at the local store instead of having to get part at store and the rest from the internet.
Date published: 2012-04-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Product works but it's tight I used this and Suntuf panels to make a greenhouse roof. It is very flexible and covers the panels but you must make sure the panels go almost to the peak of the roof. The picture on the Suntuf website makes it appear the flashing is bigger than it is. I used only 1 purlin instead of 2 as shown on the website and it appears to be holding alright. Use the solid closure strips instead of the foam - foam is a beast to work with.
Date published: 2012-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job Easy to install, flexible. If you're using this type of roofing, this is a must for the top.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Was easy to install. Used this to cap a ridge on a chickens coop run. This product was easy to put on and secure using a power drill. It matched with the polycarbonate roofing panels perfectly. One piece of the ridge cap flashing covers two of the panels. My only complaint is that I had to order the pieces. I could not find it in any of the local Home Depots, and they took almost 2 weeks to arrive. I purchased the panels at my Local Home Depot, but the accessory pieces have to be ordered on line...
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All around excellent product. The perfect way to weather proof the ridge on my A-frame deck cover. Easy to put on and looks great. Installs over the top of the corrugated roof panels in minutes. You wont be disapointed.
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ridge Cap is Holding -- So Far We have a SunCast resin sheds that we purchased about 7 years ago. One of the attractive features of the shed was the strip of clear plastic skylight that runs the ridge of the unit. Well, it just so happens that that material is different from the rest of the unit....and it seem that difference makes it crack and therefore leak. We used 3 of these ridge caps to solve the leaking problem. We used LockTite adhesive to glue the parts together and then used the same adhesive to glue it over the existing ridge cap. So far the inside of the shed is dry and the LockTite glue is holding things together. But I live in South Florida, so I guess we'll see how our fix holds up in stormy weather.
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from polycarbonate panels product is easy to install , durable and fits with the panels correctly. should be stocked in stores along with the panels you keep in stock.
Date published: 2014-08-19
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