Polycarbonate sheets – whether used for canopies, a greenhouse or another purpose, are an excellent choice for many home projects. They have a range of commercial uses. In a domestic environment, polycarbonate roofing sheets can be used to build a long-lasting and resilient structure, without costing the earth, such as a veranda or covered patio, or decking area.Read More
Simply adding a cover to an outside area can transform it, making it usable in a greater range of weather. This is an ideal solution if you need to create more space in your house, without the hassle and expense of extending your property. In commercial settings, sheets, such as twinwall, triplewall or multiwall polycarbonate roofing panels are a popular choice.
This is due to the highly resilient nature of polycarbonate, coupled with its cost-effectiveness when compared to other materials. Commercial buildings or commercial-size greenhouses are often constructed with polycarbonate panels. They are also are used in architectural design as cladding, or roofing, where a change in texture and colour is intrinsic to the overall design.
Polycarbonate can come in large sheet sizes, and its construction means that it can span a large area, reducing the number of beams needed.
At Glazing Systems we offer a range of polycarbonate sheeting that are suitable for both your domestic DIY projects and commercial builds.
Types of Polycarbonate Roofing Sheets Available
We have different types and sizes of sheets available, and which one you choose will depend on what you are building. We also stock various brands such as Axgard, Axiome, Carrapol, Marlon & PLASIAX.
Twinwall sheets are made with two layers of material, with many internal sections connecting the two sheets. This makes an incredibly strong, light, flexible material that has good insulating properties.
Twinwall polycarbonate sheet is commonly used for greenhouses, carports and small canopies where the span required is not too large.
Triplewall have three sheets of polycarbonate material, with the same interconnecting sections. These sheets are thicker than the twinwall and are the most popular choice for carports and canopies.
Triplewall polycarbonate sheet can also be used for small conservatories or other utility areas which will not be heated.
Multiwall sheets are often used for building conservatories and orangeries in the home environment, though they have a vast scope of uses in the commercial sector, including bus shelters, glazing in public buildings, and machine guards.
Multiwall sheets are 250 times more impact resistant than glass, meaning that they are virtually unbreakable. They offer impressive insulating properties and are easy to work with being light, flexible, and tough.
We can offer multiwall sheets in different colours – bronze, opal, and clear roofing sheets as well as an extensive range of sizes. Whatever your next project is, we will have the best polycarbonate sheets for you.
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