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We supply a large range of hip end roof finials. The hip end finials are typically installed on the end of a ridge tile run before a conjoining roof structure meets or where the hips, bonnets or ridge tiles converge to give a decorative finish
There are a range of 35 and 45 degree angled hip ends to choose from which cater for most roofs with angled ridge tiles and there are also half round hip end finials. The hip end finials are enclosed at the front and are angled downward to meet the angular direction of the hip tiles, bonnets or ridges. The back of the finial is open to allow for mortar bedding and the mortar join to adjacent ridge tiles or the roof structure
Check the subcategories to view the range of hip ends that we offer
Here we have a decorative ball top dragon ridge finial in a terracotta aged finish
35 degree hip end ridge finial
Dimensions - H:26” x L:12” x W:11”
Works best with wider roofs with a 105-115 degree pitch. Creates an...
New decorative ball top dragon ridge tile finial with a terracotta aged finish
45 degree hip end ridge tile finial
Approx dimensions - H:28” x L:11.5” x W:11.5”
Best suited to roofs with a 85-95 degree pitch. Creates a...
Here is a stunning ball top dragon roof finial with a terracotta aged finish
Half round hip end roof finial
Dimensions - H:25” x L:12” x W:10”
Comes on a versatile ridge fitting that works with most roof pitches. Creates a...
Check out this lovely ball top finial with an antique terracotta finish
Half round hip end finial
Approx measurements - H:18” x L:12” x W:10”
Can be installed on most roofs due to the versatility of the ridge tile
Here we have an ornate ball top ridge tile finial in an antique terracotta finish
35 degree hip end ridge tile finial
Approx measurements - H:18” x L:12” x W:11”
Best suited to wider roofs with a 105-115 degree pitch