Do you want to seal your eaves, the end of your roof sheets or up under the verandah against vermin and ember attack but also want to keep it ventilated? You can seal the roof and keep the air flowing with Eave Vent Mesh.

The new and improved Perforated Vermin & Ember Seals have arrived.
These steel products help maintain your building’s BAL (bushfire attack level) ratings up to FL or Flame Zone while still allowing a degree of ventilation to your building’s envelope.

The ember seals will also exclude vermin like mice, rats, snakes, lizards, birds, bats, and more from your home or shed. This ventilated vermin seal helps you meet very high bushfire ratings while excluding embers and pests.

The new and improved design, manufactured from .55mm Zincalume, includes condensation ports punched to aid drainage and ventilation, plus pre-punched fixing or pilot holes. The perforations allow an approximate 1000mm2 of ventilated area per linear metre.

You can look no further than our two innovative new corrugated products called Eave Vent.
Eave vent Mesh is available in corrugated profile and manufactured from 777mm long 0.56 gauge aluminium sections for Colorbond or Zincalume roofs or from 0.48 gauge galvanised mesh for GAL roofs. Both products can also be supplied for 21mm deep corro to suit roof profiles like Accent 21.

Both products are easy to install, with the mesh helping you to meet BAL29 and the perforated products up to Flame Zone FZ.

Perforated Eave Vent and Corrugated Mesh Seal

The size of the woven mesh means that this great product meets the requirements for BAL29 when installed correctly, as the gaps will be reduced to less than 3mm, as are the holes in the mesh. If you are in a bushfire ember attack zone, then this could help. It seals the pesky gaps between your corrugated roof sheeting and the top plate, fascia or roof batten while allowing ventilation. 

This roofing product helps keep all the usual vermin out of the shed or home-like mice, rats, snakes, lizards, and small birds like sparrows and small microbats.

Check out our Ridge Vent product here for sealing while maintaining ventilation along your ridge cap.

How to Order – On the right, select the pack size required, then indicate the type of roof material you have and the pitch the roof goes past the fixing point.

Find out how to install this product

If you're not sure of your roof pitch, take a look at our handy calculator to work it out.

Shipping Notice
Shipping for these products is as follows.
NSW, VIC & QLD $60
SA & TAS $70
WA $100 and NT $125

They travel by TOLL Road and their on-forwarders or occasionally with Australia Post. Some locations may be deemed inaccessible by the freight network and will require collection from a regional depot.

Eave Vent Mesh Seal Ventilation Eaveseal is an innovative new product. It can be used against vermin and ember attack. It suits a great variety of corrugated cladding like custom orb, corro, corodek, stratco cgi and all other 762mm cover standard corro.

Please do not short your order.
Minimum Order Quantities Apply.
Requests for small orders cannot be completed.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Orders placed incorrectly or being returned or exchanged have a 10% restocking charge. The cost of return freight is borne by the purchaser.


If replacements are being shipped a minimum re-delivery charge of $40.00 will apply to the replacement order plus any additional price difference between products will be added or subtracted accordingly.


Change of mind returns for Vermin seals of some varieties will be considered on a case-by-case basis and by prior arrangement. They attract a 20% restocking charge plus the actual cost of the original freight will be deducted. The cost of return freight is borne by the purchaser who is returning the products.

Unfortunately, our manufacturing arrangements mean we have to order in quantities of 18.28m or more. This is why the quantities are listed as such on the website. Don’t short your order, please.

Our Vermin & Emberseal manufacturer does not operate pickup or maintain any payment facilities at the factory. Orders online are delivered directly to you in most circumstances.

We have a wide range of retroseals suitable for installing on sheds that are already built. Vermaseal itself is for installation during the build.

Please refer to this cladding guide to help you order the right product for your shed.

Vermin seals are shipped via TOLL and sometimes Australia Post

Vermin and ember seal products– usually despatched within 3-5 working days. Orders placed incorrectly or being returned or exchanged have a 10% restocking charge. The cost of return freight is borne by the purchaser. A minimum re-delivery charge of $38.00 will apply to the replacement order plus any additional price difference between products.

It is always best to order slightly more than you need as the Minimum Order Quantity for vermin & ember seals is 18m. This min qty is not set by us, it is set by the factory. So if you don’t order enough then you would be up for another lot of freight and potentially the minimum order of 18m. You can always email or call if you need special assistance calculating how much vermin/ember seal you need.

If you’re not sure of your roof pitch, take a look at our handy calculator to work it out.

For how to install ShedBlog-supplied products go here – https://shedblog.com.au/how-to-install-shed-products/

It’s possible, it can be a little more fiddly, While many of the retroseals would suit, the product Combination Seal is the best for already insulated sheds and shed homes.

Send us your details at admin@shedblog.com.au and we can arrange a sample. Please also let us know what you need to achieve just in case we can suggest a better product for the job.

Find our product install guides here. It’s usually due to an incorrect installation method or ordering the wrong profile. Please send a photo of the situation. Remember! Superseal installs at approximately a 30- 45 deg angle so please fix a receiver strip in place first, place the clip onto the strip and check fit that way. Instructions are either attached to the box or inside the box.

This depends on the profile of your shed cladding and the purpose (vermin and or embers) Have a look at our cladding guide which can help you to know what works for your shed.

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