When it comes to Roofing and Roofs, there is a large range of materials on the market, including Roofing Sheets, shingles and slates.

With each material bringing different benefits and aesthetics to your project, it is important to purchase the Roof which fits your budget, home and surrounding area well.

In this blog, we will be looking at the different types of Roofing Sheets we have available and what benefits these can bring to your building.

What is a Roofing Sheet?

A Roofing Sheet is a fairly modern form of covering a roof, compared to traditional thatch or roofing tiles. Roofing Sheets are often made from steel, tin or other metal and can be formed into a range of different Profiles.

These can be used for various projects, including barns, warehouses, sheds, offices and homes.
Cladco Roofing Sheets are easy to install and maintain, available in a range of attractive colours and coatings, and manufactured to bespoke lengths.

Cladco Roofing Sheets are manufactured using high-quality galvanised steel. This hard-wearing, long-life material offers increased resistance to rust and corrosion. Cladco Galvanised Steel Sheets have various longevities and maintenance needs, depending on your choice of coating.

Find out more about the distinct types of Coatings here.

What are the most popular Roofing Sheet types?

There are many different Profiles of Roofing Sheets. However, the most commonly used and found sheeting styles are Box Profile, Corrugated and Tileform.

These Profiles offer various advantages and work well with different architecture types and roof pitches.

All of the below mentioned Roofing Sheet Profiles can be purchased from us here at Cladco Profiles.

32/1000 Box Profile

32/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheets are one of the most popular Roofing Sheets available. This attractive, strong Roofing Sheet can be used on a range of buildings for a beautiful and neat protective roof. The 32/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheet must be installed with a minimum of one Profile lap, which will allow the Sheet to cover an area of 1m.

This single skin sheeting has increased strength and durability. The 1240mm width Sheet has six profiles across at 32mm high, with 200mm valleys between each Profile. Box Profile Roofing Sheets can be installed on a range of buildings with a minimum pitch of 4 degrees.

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Why go for a 32/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheet?

Cladco 332/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheet is popular; thanks to its attractive appearance, the Sheet has fewer profiles at a lower height when compared to other Roofing Sheets. The length of valleys in correspondence to the height of the profile, gives a visually pleasing affect when installed on large, medium or small projects.

This Roofing Sheet can be used as Wall Cladding on the side of your building as well as on the Roof, for a unique, modern and sleek build.

Cladco Box Profile Roofing Sheets are available in a variety of Colours and Coatings, including a PVC, Polyester Paint or Galvanised Steel. Each Coating comes with different guarantees and properties, which you can find out more here.

To see the various colours and coatings we provide, order a Sample here.


EXAMPLES:

This project below by Devonshire Stables has used Cladco Box Profile 32/1000 in Juniper Green to create this agricultural style large building. Matching Ridges and Flashings also feature in this project.

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This project below by Devonshire Stables has used Cladco Box Profile 32/1000 in Slate Blue to protect this barn from the elements, and fits in perfectly with the surrounding area

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34/1000 Box Profile

34/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheets are our most popular Roofing Sheets. This attractive Profile is designed with seven ribs which are 34mm deep, with attractive valleys between. When installed, the lapped Sheet covers a 1m width.

Similar to 32/1000 Box Profile, the 34/1000 Sheet can be installed on a minimum pitch of 4 degrees, much lower than traditional Corrugated Sheeting. The attractive valleys within the Sheets provide excellent water run-off, helping prevent water pooling and gathering on the Roof and potentially causing issues over time.

Box Profile Roofing Sheets are available in 0.7 and 0.5 thicknesses, ideal for wall and Roofing installations.

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Why go for 34/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheet?

This Roofing Sheet is the ideal product for various projects. The attractive Steel Sheet gives any building a contemporary look, and the raised Profiles, which are the highest Profiles available in the range of Roofing Sheets we offer. The increased height of the 34/1000 Box Profile provides the Roof with definition.

Cladco 34/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheets are lightweight and easy to install. All Cladco Roofing Sheets are manufactured using a Galvanised Steel which has natural corrosion and rust resistant properties ensuring your Sheets stay looking great with minimal maintenance.

Cladco 34/1000 Box Profile Roofing sheets come in various colours and coatings to match or contrast your building, you can learn more about the Coatings and Colours available by ordering a sample pack here.

Box Profile 34/1000 Roofing Sheets Projects

This fantastic building has used Cladco 34/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheets to complement the orange and greys found throughout the building. The deep Profiles and rivets give the Sheet additional aesthetical features creating an attractive modern home. Learn more about this project in our Case study here.

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Cladco 34/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheets can also be used on smaller-scale projects. This Summer house has been beautifully created using 34/1000 Box Profile Roofing Sheets in Slate Blue with matching Flashings, contrasting perfectly with the light green of the building.

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Cladco Corrugated Roofing Sheets

Corrugated Roofing Sheets are the original style of Roofing Profile traditionally used for agricultural, domestic and commercial buildings.

Cladco Corrugated Roofing Sheets are an attractive, detailed sheet with 13 corrugations across. The low Profiles on the Sheet give a subtle but, satisfying design element to the Sheet. The Corrugations within the Profile also help to encourage rainfall to run off the sheets.

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As with all Cladco Roofing Sheets, Corrugated Roofing Sheets can be manufactured to bespoke lengths. When installed, the Sheet gives a 990mm lapped coverage across the width, and can be installed on roofs with a minimum pitch of 10 degrees.

Why go for a Corrugated Roofing Sheet?

Corrugated Roofing Sheets are often chosen thanks to their attractive traditional heritage and subtle Profiles, which give an industrial and contemporary building style. The lightweight material is easy to install, with low-maintenance, rot and corrosion-resistant properties.

Cladco Corrugated Roofing Sheets can be used as both Roofing and Wall Cladding, creating a sleek and stylish build. Sheets are available in a range of colours and coatings to suit any building, style and environment.

Find out more about the Coatings and Colours available by ordering a sample pack here.

Cladco Corrugated Roofing Projects

This home has used Cladco Corrugated Roofing Sheets in black, creating this stunning contemporary home, which blends into the landscape. The black timber cladding blends in perfectly with the Black Corrugated Roofing Sheets, creating a seamless design.

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This home has used Cladco Corrugated Roofing Sheets in black for both the Wall Cladding and the Roof on this modern detached home. The Black Corrugations give subtle yet attractive detail to the house, which contrasts beautifully with the orange segments. Learn more about this project in our case study here.

Tileform Roofing Sheets

Why choose Tileform Roofing Sheets? Tileform Roofing Sheets takes the hassle out of having a tiled roof. Tileform Roofing Sheets give the appearance of traditional pantile roofing without the need to install or maintain it. Ideal for a range of buildings and perfect for any conventional or countryside areas with strict planning permission codes and needs. (Find out more about planning permission for your Roof here.)

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Cladco 41/1000 Roofing Sheets offer one-metre coverage when lapped and can be manufactured up to five metres in length, and must be installed on a minimum of a 12-degree pitch.

Why choose Cladco Tileform Roofing Sheets?

Tileform is often chosen thanks to its traditional tile effect appearance. The smooth 'tiles' within the Sheet create a sophisticated and classic look. These Sheets are ideal for any size building and blend in perfectly with most rural or urban surroundings.

The Sheets are lightweight and easy to install, available in a high-quality Prelaq Mica coating in Graphite Grey, Copper Brown and Black colours. Shop the sheets here.

Tileform Roofing Sheet Projects

This fantastic barn has been roofed using Cladco Tileform Roofing Sheets. The Roofing blends in perfectly with the rural surroundings and with the natural stone and timber frame.

Cladco Tileform Roofing Sheets have been used on this cottage. The TileForm effect gives a classic look that blends in perfectly with the countryside around the building and the orange brickwork.

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You've chosen your Roofing Sheets. What next?

If you're interested in some of the Roofing Profiles highlighted above, you can order a sample of the colours and coatings we offer here.

Or see our easy-to-use Roofing Calculator, which helps you estimate how many sheets, fixings and accessories your project may need.

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For further information about our Roofing Sheets, or how to install them, see here.  Alternatively, our friendly sales team is on hand to help on 01837 659901 8 am-5 pm Monday – Saturday.