Garage Roof Materials

Gone are the days when a garage would simply be used to park our cherished cars. Instead, over half of British homeowners now choose to use their garage to store other household items. From camping equipment to family bikes, our garages are now as cr...

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does a Garage Roof Replacement Cost?

The cost of replacing your existing garage roofing is dependent upon the materials you choose and whether you’ll be fitting them yourself. That said, you can expect to spend anywhere between £10 - £30 per square meter in most circumstances.

For those on a low budget, you’ll love our Onduline Bitumen Roof Sheets. Despite being very lightweight, they can withstand tough weather. Therefore, they are great for boarded roofs on small to medium sized garages.

If you’ve got a little more to spend, you may want to consider our Corotile Metal Roof Sheet. Made from 0.45mm steel, it’s designed to imitate traditional tiles. So, it provides you with a stunning finish whilst being quick to fit.

How Long Does It Take to Replace a Garage Roof?

Naturally, the amount of time needed for a full garage roof replacement is determined by the materials used. Other factors such as the size and type of roof will also have an impact. But you can expect it to take between 1 – 2 days in most scenarios.

The quickest materials to fit are roof sheets. This is as they can each cover a few square meters and are simply overlapped. If you’ve got the necessary tools and are confident with DIY, you may even be able to fit them yourself with minimal fuss.

Roof tiles are a little more challenging to fit due to them offering little coverage and requiring more fixings. Because of this, it’s often best to hire a qualified roofer who is familiar with aspects such as the batten spacing, roof pitch, and more.

What Are the Best Materials for a Garage Roof?

With such a variety of materials available, choosing your garage roofing material can prove confusing. But when choosing the ideal material for you, simply consider three things – convenience, durability, and aesthetic.


Roof sheets are without doubt far easier and quicker to fit than either tiles or membranes. This is as you’ll need fewer individual parts and virtually no specialist equipment is required. Roof sheets are also less prone to water ingress due to them having fewer points in which two materials overlap. Dependent upon the type of sheet used, there could be only a couple of joins per square meter.  


The durability of your roofing material is dictated by the material used. Naturally, hardier materials such as concrete, steel, and rubber offer lifespans more than 25 years. Weaker materials, such as bitumen, offer a reduced lifespan of roughly 15 years. If you’re looking for a long-term solution that provides ultimate strength, take a look at either corrugated or tile-effect steel sheets.


Roof tiles offer unrivalled aesthetic for most, especially if you’re looking to match your garage to your home. But there are now several brilliant alternatives that combine this stylish finish with convenient installation. This includes plastic slates such as the Tapco Synthetic Slate Tile and tile-effect panels such as the Britmet Slate 2000.