Sheet lead is a soft, ductile and inert material. Manufactured by either milling (rolling) from cast slabs or direct casting from molten metal into a continuous sheet form, it is extremely versatile and can be used in a number of applications, including as a dampcourse in brickwork, sound proofing, barrier to low level radiation, lining of chemical tanks and most notably as roof flashing.When used in roof flashing, sheet lead's durability enables it to withstand years of exposure to the elements in all sorts of environments, giving timeless protection. Softness and ductility allow easy forming of sheet lead to suit all roof profiles and its weight ensures that it stays in place even in strong winds.
Heating & Cooling
How to insulate a ceiling
Keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer by insulating your ceilings. We’ll show you all you need to know about installing ceiling insulation.
How to clean gutters
Cleaning out your gutters helps to keep your roof in good condition and stops rainwater leaking into your home.
How to clean roof tiles
Cleaning old roof tiles is a quick way to give any house a facelift. Discover how to do the cleaning yourself.
How to replace a fascia board
This video shows you how to repair a rotten section of fascia board, without replacing the whole board.
How to choose fire-resistant gutter guards
If you live in an area prone to bushfire, it’s important to choose the right fire resistant gutter guards for your roof. We’ll show you how installing the correct guards can help protect your home.
How to paint a roof
Whether it's tiled or corrugated, painting your roof is a great way to add value to your home. To get the job done properly and safely, it's important to prepare thoroughly and use the right equipment.
How to remove roof tiles
If there’s a problem with your roof you may have to replace some roof tiles. Learn how to take tiles off a roof and put them back properly.
D.I.Y. bar stools
With just a few pieces of dowel and some plywood, you can make your own D.I.Y. bar stools.