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Corrugated Roofing Sheets

Corrugated roofing sheets can be seen on commercial warehouses, agricultural structures, residential garages, and garden buildings throughout the UK. They have been a popular choice for several decade...

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Corrapol-BT - Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Black (2000 x 930mm)

Corrapol-BT - Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Black (2000 x 930mm)

2-4 Days

Multiple Colours

£10.20

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£5.70

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Coroline Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Black (2000 x 950mm)

Coroline Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Black (2000 x 950mm)

3-7 Days

Multiple Colours

£11.39

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£5.55

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Onduline - Black Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet (2000 x 950mm)

Onduline - Black Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet (2000 x 950mm)

3-7 Days

Multiple Colours

£12.70

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£6.68

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Galvanised Steel Corrugated Roofing Sheet (14/3) - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

Galvanised Steel Corrugated Roofing Sheet (14/3) - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

4-6 Weeks

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£3.72

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Steel Corrugated Roofing Sheet (14/3) - Polyester Paint Coated - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

Steel Corrugated Roofing Sheet (14/3) - Polyester Paint Coated - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

4-6 Weeks

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£3.76

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Steel Corrugated Roofing Sheet (14/3) - PVC Plastisol Coated - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

Steel Corrugated Roofing Sheet (14/3) - PVC Plastisol Coated - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

4-6 Weeks

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Corrapol-BT - Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Green (2000 x 930mm)

Corrapol-BT - Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Green (2000 x 930mm)

2-4 Days

Multiple Colours

£10.20

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£5.70

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Coroline Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Green (2000 x 950mm)

Coroline Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Green (2000 x 950mm)

3-7 Days

Multiple Colours

£11.99

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£5.88

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Onduline - Green Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet (2000 x 950mm)

Onduline - Green Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet (2000 x 950mm)

3-7 Days

Multiple Colours

£19.31

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£10.16

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Corrapol-BT - Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Red (2000 x 930mm)

Corrapol-BT - Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Red (2000 x 930mm)

2-4 Days

Multiple Colours

£11.65

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£5.70

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Coroline Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Red (2000 x 950mm)

Coroline Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet - Red (2000 x 950mm)

3-7 Days

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£11.99

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£5.87

per m²

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Onduline - Red Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet (2000 x 950mm)

Onduline - Red Corrugated Bitumen Roof Sheet (2000 x 950mm)

3-7 Days

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£19.31

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£10.16

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How to Calculate Your m²/ft²?

How to Calculate Your m²/ft²?

It’s actually very easy to calculate how many square meters or foot an area is, whether it is a simple rectangle or more complex shape. When dealing with a simple rectangle, just multiply the length by the width for your total square meterage or footage. If you’re dealing with a more complex shape, treat each area as a rectangle and perform the same calculation. Then combine the square meterage or footage of each area for to get the total area.

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Common Questions

What is Corrugated Roofing?

Corrugated roofing is typically made from bitumen, plastic or metal. What makes these sheets unique is their design, where a wave-like profile can be seen throughout the width of the sheets. This corrugated design significantly increases the sheets’ ability to withstand impact and makes them suitable for a wide variety of building types.

Where Can I Use These Roof Sheets?

Corrugated sheets can be used for a variety of applications. This includes any pitched roof with an angle above 5 degrees, although this is dependent on the exact sheet type and material. Below are examples of where each of these roofing sheets is often used:

Corrugated Bitumen

Bitumen is ideal for sheds and garden buildings. This is due to it costing as little as £5 per square meter and being quick to fit. These roof panels are also incredibly lightweight at 5kg per sheet and therefore ideal for timber structures.

Corrugated Metal

Steel is often used on agricultural buildings and commercial warehouses. This is as they do not demand regular maintenance or replacements, therefore minimising any disruption this could cause.

Corrugated Plastic

PVC and GRP are often used to allow a little light into a shed, garage or warehouse. They can also be used for building cost-effective greenhouses and cloches with a cost of approximately £10 per square meter. 

What Are the Benefits of Corrugated Sheets?

The design of these sheets provides added strength. Unlike other roof sheets, the corrugations increase the amount of weight and impact they can withstand. This means they can easily manage the weight of snow throughout winter or falling debris from overhanging trees, for example.

Corrugated roofing sheets provide this level of strength whilst not relying on heavy materials such as cement. You can, therefore, have a strong roofing system without excessive cost or difficult installation. 

How Do I Install These Roof Sheets?

Fitting corrugated sheets is easy and can typically be done by 2 – 4 people. You’ll also require no specialist tools in most circumstances, particularly when using corrugated bitumen or plastic.

Most of our sheets will have an instruction manual included with your delivery and available to view online. These provide a step-by-step guide to fitting your sheets on various roofs.

You will typically be required to overlap the sheets on the edges. In some circumstances, you will also use a sealant at the overlap to prevent any water ingress. Although this is not always necessary with nails sometimes being placed at the overlap. 

Can You Stand on Corrugated Roofs? 

We do not recommend standing on any roof as they are not designed to withstand the weight and movement of a person. The installation method outlined by manufacturers, therefore, allows you to fit their sheets without the need to do so. 

Should you ever need to access your roof deck, you should seek the assistance of a qualified roofer. This will prevent any injury to yourself or damage to your roofing materials.

How Do You Cut Corrugated Roofing Sheets?

Corrugated roofing is an excellent choice for a huge variety of home and garden DIY projects. But sometimes it’s unavoidable that you may need to do a bit of cutting on-site. It’s actually quite simple to cut corrugated roofing sheets, and here’s how:

  1. Using a straight-edge along with a marker pen, draw a straight line along the sheet where you’d like to cut.
  2. Using a circular saw, carefully cut along the straight line you marked out.
  3. Use an emery cloth to smooth out the cut edge

Simply repeat the above for however many cuts you need to make. Remember to always wear the proper safety equipment before working with power tools, and if in doubt, contact the manufacturer or a roofing professional.

How Much Overlap Do You Need for a Corrugated Roof?

Corrugated roofing sheets should overlap both the sheet below and the sheet to one side. Always consult the manufacturer’s guidelines, but a general rule of thumb is that the upper sheet should overlap by at least six inches. Sheets that are connected side-to-side should overlap by at least one corrugation, or 150mm for roofs with 10° pitches and 300mm for a roof with a pitch of 5°.