Corrugated Sheets

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If you’re searching for durable roofing materials, corrugated sheets are the answer. They’re characterised by a distinct wave-like pattern which prevents sagging between the supports and enhances their structural integrity. It also creates excellent drainage to prevent water from pooling on your roof. 

Choose our corrugated metal for commercial warehouses or agricultural properties: it's perfect for long-lasting jobs where durability is paramount. Opt for our corrugated bitumen sheets if you’re building a workshop, stable or residential garden structure. This lightweight, hard-wearing material allows easy installation, saving you time and labour costs. Choose from our range of thicknesses and colours to coordinate building materials with design plans. 

Our corrugated materials offer unbeatable value for money. Their cost-effectiveness and long lifespan will protect your structure for the foreseeable future. If you’re stocking up on supplies, choose between our premium galvanised steel, bitumen and PVC sheets.

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Corrugated Roofing sheets | Corrugated Panels | Roofing sheets

Corrugated Roofing

Corrugated roofing is a popular roofing solution for both tradespeople and DIYers. The sheets are available in a wide variety of colours, profiles, thicknesses, and sizes to accommodate a number of applications including carports, garden buildings, sheds, commercial warehouses, agricultural buildings and more. Corrugated roofing sheets are manufactured from a multitude of materials including PVC, galvanised steel, polycarbonate, fibre cement and bitumen, and pressed into a wave-like profile. Robust and durable, the sheets provide excellent weather and impact resistance for your roofing structure, effectively protecting it against adverse weather conditions all year round. Thanks to their versatility and durability, corrugated panels are an excellent option for any roofing project.

Advantages of Corrugated Roofing:

Homeowners use millions of corrugated sheets every year to protect their property from the elements. This is thanks to their many benefits when compared to traditional roofing options such as tiles. For one, roofing panels corrugated are much lighter and easier to work with, making them a popular choice for do-it-yourselfers. They're also more affordable than most other roofing materials and can be easily cut to size using basic hand tools. Additionally, corrugated roof panels provide excellent protection against wind and hail damage, and they can even be used in hurricane-prone areas with proper installation. 

  • Incredible strength
  • Very Lightweight
  • Longevity
  • Cost-Effectiveness
  • Simple Installation

TYPES OF CORRUGATED ROOF SHEETS

Our range of corrugated roofing is perfect for any building project. Whether you are looking to replace an old shingle or create the newest hot spot on your block, we have what it takes!

With materials ranging from tough steel all the way down through transparent plastic, our expert team has handpicked just one sheet that will work in whatever budget.

Corrugated Metal: 

corrugated roofing is a popular choice for many commercial and industrial buildings thanks to its incredible strength and longevity. Made from tough galvanised steel, corrugated roofing sheets can often last for over fifty years, making them a very cost-effective option in the long run. They are also available with several optional coatings for additional resistance, meaning that they can withstand even the most extreme weather conditions. As a result, corrugated metal roofs are an ideal choice for any business or organisation looking for a robust and reliable roofing solution.

Corrugated Bitumen:

Manufactured from tough bitumen fibres, these corrugated sheets are ideal for structures such as garden buildings, stables, or workshops. Lightweight yet durable, bitumen sheets can withstand moderate impacts and adverse weather conditions. Plus, with a choice of sizes, thicknesses, and colours available, it’s easy to find the ideal roof panel item for your project. 

Corrugated Plastic:

A plastic roof panel is a well-known and popular choice for many different types of roofing. It looks great, is easy to work with, and is very versatile. These are available in a variety of thicknesses, sizes, and finishes, so you can find the perfect one for your project. plastic roof panel is also a cost-effective alternative to roof lights.

Corrugated Fibre Cement:

Corrugated fibre cement sheets are a popular choice for residential roofing, thanks to their superb durability and longevity. These sheets are made from a mixture of Portland Cement and cellulose fibres, and they can last for up to 70 years. Additionally, no other type of corrugated roofing sheet boasts the same level of durability. Thanks to their unique composition, fibre cement sheets are the perfect choice for any residential roofing project.

METAL ROOFING PANELS

Metal roof panel systems offer unmatched durability and a quick, easy installation process that is ideal for both tradespeople and homeowners. These steel roofing sheets are available in a wide range of profiles, finishes, and colours to suit any need, and metal roofing is so long-lasting that manufacturers often offer guarantees of 40 years or more. metal roofing provides an excellent choice for roof and side cladding on residential garages, commercial warehouses, and more. Plus, metal roofs can help reduce energy costs by reflecting heat away from the building. 

Advantages of Metal Roof Sheets:

  • Superb lifespan
  • Incredibly lightweight
  • Simple installation
  • Cost effective
  • Highly versatile

TYPES OF CORRUGATED METAL ROOFING 

Metal roofing offers a unique mix of properties that make it an ideal choice for many homeowners. For starters, metal roofing is available in a wide variety of colours, allowing you to choose a look that complements your home exterior. Metal roofing is also extremely durable, making it an ideal choice for homes in areas with severe weather conditions. And because metal roofing is reflective, it can help to keep your home cooler in the summer months. As you can see, metal roofing has a lot to offer. 

Corrugated Metal roof 

We supply a wide range of roofing products to suit any application. One of our most popular products is our range of corrugated metal roofing sheets. These sheets are available in a variety of profiles, including the ever-popular 14/3 profile. They are also available in either 0.5mm or 0.7mm thicknesses, both of which offer superb strength for roofing and cladding applications. You can also pick from a choice of polyester or PVC coatings, which can extend the life expectancy of your metal roofing panels by up to 10 years. 

Box profile metal roof

We offer a wide range of custom-made panel options to suit your specific roofing needs. Our 32/1000 and 34/1000 box profile roofing sheets are available in a choice of 0.5mm and 0.7mm thicknesses and can be ordered with either a polyester or PVC coating. This coating helps to extend the life expectancy of your roofing sheet by up to 10 years, and also gives you the option to customise the colour of your cladding. 

Tile effect metal roof sheets

Tile effect roofing panels are designed to imitate the look of clay and concrete tiles while providing the durability of steel. These panels are available in a variety of profiles, such as the classic pantile, and each is coated with granules for a more realistic finish and added durability. Tile effect panels are an ideal solution if you’re looking to match the appearance of an adjacent building.

How long does a corrugated roof last?

There are quite a few different types of roofing materials that you can add to your home, each with its own model and lifespan. When making your decision, weigh the pros and cons of each type of roofing material to decide which is the best option for your home.

How long your roof lasts depends on when it was installed, the type of material used, where your property is located, and whether or not it has been taken care of. Some roofing materials will last 15 years before needing to be replaced, others will last up to 100 years if regularly maintained.

Longest Lasting Roofing sheets

Material

Average lifespan

Polycarbonate

10 - 20 years

Bitumen

15 - 20 years

Fibre cement

50 + years

Metal

40 - 60 years

Longest-lasting Flat Roofing materials 

Material 

Average Lifespan

Felt

10 - 20 years

Built-up

15 - 30 years

Fibreglass (GRP)

20 - 30 years

Green roof

40 - 50 years

Do corrugated Roofs Rust?

Yes, corrugated roofs, and metal roofs rust. They rust especially when exposed to weather conditions for a long period of time. 

There are several ways to remove the rust on your roofs and avoid it in the future. 

Paint the Roof

A new paint job can help to protect the roof against rust and corrosion, this will lead to a primer that can be great at preventing rust. The best way to use a zinc-rich primer is to make sure that the roof is prepared before painting. This means a roof must be cleaned thoroughly to remove all rust and dirt. Once the roof is painted with the primer, it's important to allow it to dry completely before painting over it with a topcoat of paint. Painting a roof every three years can help ensure that the roof stays in good condition and is protected against the elements.

Use High-quality metal panels

When you are trying to estimate the number of metal panels you will need for a project, it is important to consider the quality of the panels. It’s also great if they contain a certain amount of zinc. This is because zinc helps to protect the cut edges of the panel and prevents rusting. Plenty of materials are coming from outside the United States with a surprisingly low amount of zinc. Having a high amount of zinc in your metal panels is essential because that is what protects the cut edges.

Coating

Rust can be a big problem for a silver steel roof. Not only does it make the roof look unsightly, but it can also lead to corrosion and weaken the structure of the roof. One excellent way to prevent rust is to use elastomeric coatings. They are a sealing system that is acrylic and is applied in layers onto the roof. It can form a barrier that is really effective against rust and corrosion. It’s also imperative that you clean the roof before applying the coating. 

Corten steel sheet is also known as weathering sheet or a606 aka corten siding panel for walls. It has superior corrosion resistance over bare cold steel. 

Galvanized Roofing 

Galvanized metal roofs are becoming increasingly popular for their durability and longevity. To create a galvanized roof, metal is treated with liquefied zinc. This forms a layer of protective coating over the metal that prevents rust and corrosion. The zinc also acts as a barrier against weather damage, such as hail, snow, and excessive heat. As a result, galvanized roofs tend to last longer than traditional roofs made of other materials. In addition, they are available in a variety of colours that can give your home or business a unique look.

What are corrugated roofing sheets?

Corrugated roof sheets offer superior structural support and for that reason, they are used widely in commercial, agricultural and industrial applications. This is down to the “wave” or “curved” shape of the sheet which gives it extra rigidity and load-bearing capability. They are light, strong and very affordable. The signature shape of corrugated metal is the reason for its durability and long-lasting characteristics.

This type of roofing is widely used for commercial, farming and residential purposes. Roof sheets made from metal are traditional. Corrugated metal roofing is available in stainless steel, copper, and aluminium. All the roofing sheets made from these three materials vary in cost, appearance, and strength. There is a high chance of corrosion if not installed properly.

Plastic corrugated roofing sheets are easy to handle, extremely lightweight.

What is bitumen corrugated roof sheets?

Bitumen corrugated roofing sheets are assembled using saturated organic fibres (bitumen), which creates an exceptionally durable and strong material. They are lightweight, waterproof, and maintenance-free.

Benefits of currugated roofing sheets?

Available in various colour

Virtually unbreakable

Easy to cut and trim

Excellent waterproof qualities

Lightweight

Free from maintenance

COMMON USES OF CORRUGATED SHEET

Garage

Sheds

Porches

carports