Roof Sheet Calculators
Work out exactly how many roofing sheets, flashings, and fixings you’ll need for your project with one of our user-friendly roof sheet calculators. We’ve created calculators for bitumen, metal, and polycarbonate roofing sheets, all from leading brands in the industry. All you need is a few simple measurements, and a few clicks. There’s no easier way to get your roofing project underway ASAP.
How Do I Use These Calculators?
To use one of our roof sheet calculators, you first need to enter the shape of roof that you have, and enter its dimensions on the next two pages. Then, our calculator will do its thing, and tell you all of the roofing materials you’ll need to cover the roof you’ve entered. Once you’re happy with the result, you can then add the materials to your basket ready to check out.
Can I Choose What Colour or Finish I Want?
Yes, on the final calculator screen (“Results”), you’ll be able to choose between all colours and finishing options available for that roofing sheet.
Can Someone Else Use the Calculator for Me?
If you don’t feel comfortable using our calculators, get in touch with our award- winning customer service team. As long as you know the type of roof that you have and its size, they’ll be able to do the calculations for you. Simply call them on 01295 565 565, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our handy live chat to get in touch.
If you’re looking for more information on our products, or how to complete your project, take a look at our handy how-to guides below.
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