Peter seals his Shed with Retroseal Superseal Vermin Proofing

Retroseal Superseal shed vermin proofing retrofit buy online shedblog One of our customers, Peter from SE Qld was kind enough to send a few photos of the Superseal vermin proofing he has been installing in his shed. Below is a gallery of pictures from his installation of the vermin proofing including some before shots.

Retroseal Superseal is a great product for sealing the perimeter of your shed internally when you have not installed Vermaseal when the shed was first built. There are many profile clips available to suit your Colorbond or Zincalume wall sheets specific profile.

As you can see in the gallery below the product is installed by placing the 920mm long receiver strip between the concrete slab and the sheds Colorbond steel wall sheeting. It is then recommended that you fix a couple of screws from the outside in or in Peters case, he has fixed the strip in place with a little liquid nails just to help hold it steady.

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The next step is to place the clips into position by pushing them onto the receiver strip inline with the profiles of the sheds wall sheeting. The strip has graduated serrations on it like zip-locks and the profile tab zips around and into the sheets profile filling the gap. If you do over rotate the profile clip you can back it off with a flat blade screw driver. Superseal is easy to install and looks great! Learn more here.

Gallery above shows 6 images – 2 before and 4 after installing.

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