Corramet corrugated roofing sheets are an excellent solution for Shed Roofs, Covered Outdoor Areas, Carports, Log Store Roofs and much more. Corramet sheets are manufactured to provide a rigid solution to span between purlins and provide excellent waterproofing.
These corrugated roofing sheet kits include the fixings you will require for most applications. However, you can also add more fixings to match for more exposed areas, or as required.
Corramet roof sheets are easy to install on to standard timber purlins. The fixings come with screws, and a colour-matching washer and cap secure and fast installation.
How Many Fixings that come with Corramet?
- Corramet 1000mm Length Sheets : 1 x Pack of 10 Fixings
- Corramet 2000mm Length Sheets : 2 x Pack of 10 Fixings
- Corramet 2500mm Length Sheets : 3 x Pack of 10 Fixings
- Corramet 3000mm Length Sheets : 3 x Pack of 10 Fixings
- Corramet 4000mm Length Sheets : 4 x Pack of 10 Fixings
How Can I Add More Corramet Fixings?
In some exposed areas you will want to use more than the standard number of fixings. To add more Corramet Fixings simply click on the Corrapol-BT Flexi Screw-Cap Fixings and choose the colour and quantity you require and add them to your basket along with your sheets. These additional fixings you may add will be supplied in addition to the fixings you already get with your Corramet Sheets.
FEATURES & BENEFITS :
- Very Rigid
- Fast to Install
- Compatible with Corrapol-BT Side Flashings
- Easy To Cut To Size
- Overlaps to reduce need for Cutting to Size
COMMON USES :
- Shed Roofs
- Garage Roofs
- Covered Walkways
- BBQ Shelters
- Bike Shelters
What Side and Top Flashings Can I use for Corramet?
The Corramet corrugated roofing system is compatible with the Corrapol-BT Gable Side Rock N Lock Flashing, Side Wall Rock N Lock Flashing & Corrapol-BT Top Wall Flashing systems. The Corrapol-BT Super Ridge system along with a Super Ridge Endcap also works perfectly with the Corramet roof sheet kits and reducing installation time whilst providing a professional and aesthetically pleasing finish.
Is Corramet available in longer lengths than 2m?
Yes, Corramet is manufactured in 2.0m, 2.5m, 3.0m and 4.0m roof sheets. This means that there's less need to overlap sheets on projects with longer roof slopes and also makes installation quicker and easier.
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The Corramet Corrugated Roofing Sheet Kit Range is easy to install on a range of roof types as they are designed to work with all our corrugated fixings and flashings. This means a homeowner with just a little DIY experience and some basic tools can install Corramet sheets with ease!
Due to the simple installation process, these corrugated sheets are great for applications like garage roof replacements, stable roofs and garden shed roofs. As well as commercial applications such as barn roofs or shelters.
Manufactured in lengths up to 4 metres long, the Corramet sheets offer an unbeatable roofing sheet option where you are looking for a solid colour roof. The longer lengths has the added benefits of removing the need for as many overlaps which saves you time and money! Less overlaps also means less chance for leaks if a sheet is loose.
Unlike corrugated metal sheets which can be hard to install, this modern type of roof sheeting is no hassle. Plus with fast delivery you can get installing your roof without any delay.
Learn how to fit corrugated roof sheets on our step-by-step installation instructions.
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