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With them being both reasonably lightweight and incredibly tough, metal roofing sheets are suitable for a huge variety of projects. That includes both small residential applications and larger commerc...

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Britmet - Pantile 2000 - Tile Effect Sheet - Made to Measure - Sage Green (0.9mm)

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Steel Box Profile Roofing Sheet (34/1000) - Polyester Paint Coated - 0.5mm / 0.7mm

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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 About Steel Roofing Sheets

From box profile sheets to tile effect panels, we offer roofing supplies to suit every project. But if you need help calculating the number of panels required or have other questions about these roof sheets, refer to the common questions below or call our team on 01295 565 565.

How Much Do These Roof Sheets Cost? 

Due to the variety of coatings and profiles available, metal roofing sheets can vary in cost. You can, therefore, expect to spend between £7 - £21 per square meter on materials. Although, this doesn’t take into account supplies such as timber battens and vapor barriers. 

Traditional corrugated sheets are the most cost-effective solution at approximately £7 per square meter. Modern tile effect sheets, on the other hand, can cost up to £21 per square meter. Whilst both are produced from galvanised steel, the latter is designed to mimic traditional tiles.

As a result of their size, our steel roofing sheets are far quicker to install than other materials. In most circumstances, you’ll also require no specialist tools. Making installation fast and easy for both handy homeowners and experienced tradespeople. 

Are These Roofing Sheets Coated? 

Whilst steel is an incredibly tough material, it is not naturally resistant to rust. The vast majority of our metal roof sheets, therefore, feature a zinc coating. Preventing water and oxygen from coming into contact with the steel beneath. Whilst this won’t eliminate the possibility of corrosion, it will significantly extend the lifespan of your steel roofing sheets. 

In addition to being galvanised, many of these sheets are available with a polyester or plastisol coating. These optional coatings provide further protection from oxidation, moisture, and chemicals. They also offer added protection from UV rays, which can rapidly increase the degradation of metal roofing sheets.  

Polyester Coated Sheets

Many industries count on polyester, with both railway lines and household appliances utilising the coating for added longevity. However, this coating is particularly suited for roofing materials due to its resistance to almost all weather conditions. This includes varying temperatures, moisture, and ultraviolet levels.  

When applied to galvanised steel, polyester is able to offer a lifespan between 10 - 15 years with little maintenance being necessary. Making it a long-lasting, reasonably affordable, and easy to maintain solution for various applications. This includes domestic, commercial, and agricultural projects. 

Plastisol Coated Sheets 

Due to its electrical resistance, many household items feature a plastisol coating. This includes electrical wires, appliance handles and more. However, this coating is also ideal for roofing materials as it is able to withstand general wear whilst also being resistant to severe corrosion. Especially corrosion caused by fluctuating temperatures, moisture, and ultraviolet. 

Once applied to galvanised steel, plastisol will provide a lifespan between 15 - 25 years with virtually no maintenance being required. This makes it particularly suited for commercial and agricultural uses, where minimal disruption is needed. Although it can also be used on domestic roofing projects. 

Each of our metal roof sheets offers superb strength and durability. However, those featuring a polyester or plastisol coating are shown to offer an unrivaled lifespan of up to 25  years. Making them perfect for commercial and agricultural projects where minimal disruption is of huge importance. 

Besides extending the lifespan of our steel roofing sheets, these coatings are available in a choice of colours. This includes minimalist black, juniper green, slate blue and more. Each hand-picked by our team to suit different buildings and environments. This may include rural farms as well as urban warehouses. 

What is the Profile of These Roof Sheets? 

Metal roofing sheets are available in a variety of profiles, ranging from traditional box profile to modern tile effect. Each designed to suit adjacent buildings and surrounding environments. 

Corrugated Sheets 

Traditional corrugated sheets are a favourite amongst both homeowners and tradespeople. This is due to their minimalist appearance and superb durability. Making them ideal for small garden buildings as well as large commercial premises. 

These corrugated roofing sheets are produced from galvanised steel and available in a range of coatings, including polyester and plastisol. They feature a 14/3 profile and are available at a thickness of 0.5mm or 0.7mm. 

Box Profile Sheets

Box profile sheets offer the same level of simplicity and durability as corrugated alternatives. But they are particularly suited for commercial and agricultural projects. Many also use these sheets as a cost-effective wall cladding. 

Manufactured from galvanised steel, these roofing sheets are available with either a polyester or plastisol coating. These metal roofing sheets are also available at 0.5mm or 0.7mm thick as well as a 34/1000 or 32/1000 profile. 

Tile Effect Sheets

Modern tile effect sheets are designed to mimic the appearance of traditional roof tiles. Making them ideal for outbuildings in urban areas, whether that be a garage or extension. They are also fully dry-fixed for fast and easy installation. 

These tile effect roofing sheets are manufactured from galvanised steel and feature a highly durable coating. They are available in a range of profiles to suit adjacent buildings, such as those featuring clay profiles.

Are These Roofing Sheets Suitable for Cladding?

Both corrugated and box profile sheets can be fitted vertically. Making them suited for cladding a variety of buildings. This includes agricultural shelters, industrial facilities, and commercial warehouses. 

With both polyester and plastisol coated sheets available, you benefit from a choice of colours. Providing you with a solution that suits your brand or matches the appearance of adjacent buildings. 

Due to their design, there is also ample space for insulation when using these metal roofing sheets. This could be either polystyrene or wool insulation, which both offer superb thermal insulation whilst being resistant to moisture. 

How Do You Cut These Roof Sheets? 

Steel roofing sheets can be easily cut with both manual or power tools. For an easy and short cut, you’ll benefit from using tin snips or a nibbler. For a faster and longer cut, a circular saw will prove more effective. 

Whatever tool you use, it’s important to have the necessary safety equipment. This includes safety glasses, dust mask, and work gloves. You should also ensure you have a stable workbench and clamps. 

When cutting roof sheets, you should mark where you’ll need to cut using a permanent marker and combination square. This will ensure that you achieve a straight, clean cut along the width or length of the sheet. 

If you want to avoid the hassle of cutting your sheets, consider using our made to measure roofing sheets. These are supplied at the desired length and width, removing the need for on-site cutting and allowing for faster installation.