Whether you’re refurbishing your home or have accident-prone children, protective sheets are a convenient way to prevent damage to windows, floors, walls, and much more. What’s more, they can be used as both a temporary and permanent solution. R...
Whether you’re refurbishing your home or have accident-prone children, protective sheets are a convenient way to prevent damage to windows, floors, walls, and much more. What’s more, they can be used as both a temporary and permanent solution.
Roofing Megastore offers a growing range of protective sheets for residential homes and commercial buildings. From acrylic sheets to polystyrene panels, these materials often used as an economical and safer alternative to glass.
Continue reading to discover the different types of protective sheets and their uses. Alternatively, speak to our team through the online chat or by calling 01295 565 565.
Introduction to Protective Sheets
Protective sheets can be used for a wide variety of uses, such as protecting work surfaces during renovation projects and preventing damage to artwork on a permanent basis. This is due to their cost-effectiveness making them ideal as a short and long-term solution.
These sheets are available in a variety of styles and produced from a range of materials. This includes acrylic, a superb alternative to glass. Like acrylic sheets, many of our protective sheets can be used on the interior or exterior of a property.
Types of Plastic Protective Sheets
Designed for use inside and outside, our clear acrylic sheets feature UV protection to prevent discoloration and warping. They are often used as an alternative to glass, with them being far lighter and shatter-proof.
Ideal for interior use, polystyrene sheets are a low-cost alternative to acrylic. They are also used as an alternative to glass due to their weight and strength, which prevents them from shattering under impact.
Have More Questions About Our Protective Sheets?
Whatever your question, our award-winning team is here to help! Simply use the online live chat or call 01295 565 565 to have your questions answered. We’ll help you select the perfect solution for your project whilst ensuring you have the necessary ancillaries.