Unlike most other roofing sheets, polycarbonate is very customisable. You're able to choose from a selection of colours as well as a variety of thicknesses. You can therefore achieve the perfect level of transparency and insulation with ease. Whilst DIYers can install polycarbonate sheets onto a timber structure with relative ease. A qualified professional is recommended when fitting a self-supporting structure.
For decades roof tiles have been the go-to choice for those looking to reinvigorate their roof. In recent years, however, manufacturers such as Britmet, Corrapol-BT and Corotherm have introduced a wide range of gorgeous roofing sheets.
Polyester Painted Sheets: This is most commonly used for agricultural structures due to its medium-length lifespan. Although it is a cheaper option, it needs to be maintained every five or ten years. Installation and maintenance are crucial for it is prone to scratches.
Bitumen roofing sheets are amongst the easiest roofing sheets to fit. You simply require approximately 20 fixings per sheet and an 18mm plywood board to nail them into. The flashings required to fit bitumen sheets onto an apex roof are also minimal. They only include a ridge and verge in most circumstances.
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