Snapa Wall Side Bar is extruded as a great budget snap fix glazing bar for finishing the edge of Polycarbonate sheets on the final rafter of any structure, where there is an abutting side wall. Snapa Side Wall PVC Glazing Bars work with a simple snap-fix connection offering fast installation great for a wide range of DIY projects including carports, lean tos, pergolas and more!
Snapa Wall Side Bars are excellently manufactured being designed to work with the most popular polycarbonate sheet thicknesses including 10mm, 16mm and 25mm! If you are installing 32mm Polycarbonate Sheets, 35mm Polycarbonate Sheets or glass then you would need to use our Alukap XR Aluminium Glazing Bar Range.
The Snapa Wall Bar has a significant wall thickness to provide high strength and rigidity on the side flashing.
It makes finishing against a sidewall easy and if used alongside Flashing Tape it ensures a nice waterproof finish against the wall.
How many bar end caps does a Snapa Wall bar come with?
With lean tos being the most popular style of roof, all Snapa Snap Fix glazing bar types come with one end cap per bar purchased. This means that if you are building a freestanding or fully open roof then you will need to purchase additional Snapa Snap Fix Glazing Bar End Caps for your project.
Can you use the Snapa Wall Bar for flashing or sealing against the back lean to wall?
No! To seal or flash against the wall at the back of your lean to roof you should use our top wall flashing which is designed to create a great seal no matter the pitch of your roof.
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Snapa Polycarbonate Glazing Bars are easy to install with a simple snap fix so are ideal for pergolas, lean-to, gazebos and more! Click our Snapa Glazing Bar Installation Guide above to view our latest fitting instructions for installing your Snapa Snap Fix Glazing Bars.
Our installer friendly Snapa Glazing Bars are designed for installation with our Axiome Polycarbonate Roofing Sheets and are most commonly used with our 10mm, 16mm and 25mm polycarbonate sheet thicknesses.