Corrugated Roof sheets
Corrugated roof sheets are some of the most durable roofing materials available. This is thanks to their form factor, which maximises their strength to withstand serious impacts. The corrugations also allow water to run off easily, preventing pooling and roof leaks. Most types of corrugated roofing are also incredibly lightweight. This makes the sheets easy to handle and install which is perfect for homeowners working on a roofing project themselves. Corrugated roofing sheets offer an unbeatable combination of strength, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. Plus, thanks to the wide array of profiles, colours, and finishes on offer, you’re sure to find a sheet that suits your project perfectly. Some of the profiles we can supply are Big 6, Profile 6, Profile 3 and B5
Gordian Building Solutions provides corrugated roof sheets from the leading manufacturers Cembrit and Marley Eternit. Some of the benefits from using fibre cement corrugated roof sheets are as follows:
Whilst the wriggly appearance of corrugated roofing may not seem important, it actually greatly improves the impact resistance of the sheets.
Weighing as little as 5kg each, corrugated roof panels are suitable for even the lightest timber or steel structures. This also makes them far easier and quicker to transport, handle, and install. For homeowners looking to roof a lightweight timber garden building such as a shed, we’d definitely recommend our corrugated bitumen range.
Each of our corrugated roofing sheets offers a lifespan of at least 10 years, with minimal maintenance required across this time. This makes them ideal for anyone looking to minimise future hassle and costs. Corrugated steel sheets offer brilliant longevity, as many of them come with 40-year manufacturer guarantees as standard.
One of the greatest advantages of corrugated roof sheets is just how easy they are to install. Thanks to their very large size compared to standard roof tiles, you’ll need far fewer sheets to cover the same area of roof. This means the process will be far quicker and more straightforward, even if you’re a homeowner tackling a DIY project.