For commercial structures like office and retail buildings, polycarbonate roofing is a well-liked option. This kind of roofing is very strong and can survive harsh weather and traffic. It allows light to pass through while blocking damaging UV rays. Additionally, because it is UV-resistant, it won't deteriorate or fade with time. Roofs made of polycarbonate are incredibly robust. It can survive hail and other debris that could harm conventional roofing materials since it is impact-resistant.
There are two types of polycarbonate roofing available for residential structures: corrugated and flat. The more popular variety of corrugated polycarbonate roofing consists of panels with wave-like patterns. The panels become stronger and more durable thanks to these designs. Less frequently used, flat polycarbonate panels provide a more completed appearance for a home or company.
Installing Polycarbonate Roofing
For our skilled roofing installers, the procedure of installing polycarbonate roofing is relatively straightforward. Before cutting the panels to size, we carefully measure the space where the roofing will be put. In order for the panels to fit together tightly, it is crucial to ensure that they are precisely cut.
After that, screws or nails are used to install the polycarbonate panels. To ensure that the panels are firmly fastened to the roof, it is crucial to use the right kind of fastener. We'll put in the panels first, and then the trim. The trim is utilised to cover the roof's edges and give it a polished appearance. The trim comes in a range of colours and can be produced from plastic or aluminium.