The Final Stage: Types of Quicktrims

Fitting the over flashings where a roof joins a brick wall is the last stage in fitting an EPDM Rubber Roof.

A good option for small, domestic roofs are plastic roof trims and there are some highly attractive choices on the market today that make all of the difference to the finished look. The Quicktrim Flat Roof Edge System is considered the best flat roof edging solution available on the market. This article explores the final stage and the types of Quicktrims.

Key Features:

  • Eco-friendly
  • Withstands extreme weather
  • UV Resistant
  • Fully fabricated for ease of use
  • Long-lasting
  • Has a waterproofing foam edging to ensure a snug and watertight finish.
  • All pins and clips required are included.

There are two different types of trims. Quicktrim Check Kerb keeps the water on the roof and drives it towards your drip trim and comes in a variety of sizes. For example, at Rubber Flat Roof we sell Quicktrim Check Kerb 2.5m, Quicktrim Check Kerb Corner 80mm x 80mm Internal and External.

Quicktrims for the final stage are available in white as well.

The other trim is the drip trim. This is the water run-off point that drips into a gutter and comes in a variety of sizes. We sell Quicktrim Drip Edge Trim 2.5m, Quicktrim Drip Edge Corner External and Internal, both 80mm x 80mm.

If you have any queries, please get in touch with our friendly team. Call us if you are unsure about the materials you need for your roof on 01392 927729 or email You can also check out our Roof Calculator that estimates all the materials you will need for your rubber roofing project.