A Lean to roof can be defined as a building, or a structure where the roof protrudes / leans on the side of a building, with the other part of the roof traditionally proped up with rafters.
In some cases, you may need planning permission for your shed.
Your shed should abide by the following rules:
No exceed 2.5metres in height.
Is your shed within 2 metres of your properties boundary walls
Along with other outdoor buildings, decking and patios, the shd doesn't take up more than 50% of your outdoor space.
You do not live in a listed building, an area of the outstanding natural beauty of a national park.
However, please always seek professional advice. Learn more about planning permission for sheds here.
Alteration to your roof, i.e. changing the materials, is not often a need for planning permission as it is considered permitted development. However, in some cases, i.e. if you are in a listed building, in an area of outstanding beauty or a national park, planning permission may be required. Before making any changes to your roof we recommend seeking out professional advice. For further information, see our blog here.
We do not dispose of old roofing materials. This will need to be undertaken either by yourself or by specialist removal company depending on the material involved.
See our Colour Caps here.
Cladco Profiles are equipped to handle any sized orders. Simply contact our sales team for quotes and further information Cladco Profiles have a range of roofing profiles on offer, each of these has different maximum specifications they can be manufactured to:
For 34/1000 box profile 0.5mm maximum length is 7 metres.
For 34/1000 box profile 0.7mm maximum length is 9 metres.
For 32/1000 box profile 0.7mm maximum length is 9 metres.
For 32/1000 box profile 0.5mm maximum length is 7 metres.
For 13/3 corrugated profile, 0.7mm maximum length is 7 metres.
For 13/3 corrugated profile, 0.5mm maximum length is 5 metres.
For TileForm Profile maximum length is 6 metres.
Z Purlins are often placed as a supporting structure between roofing sheets or vertical cladding for added strength, support, and flexibility. compared to other materials used for the same purpose. Different variations, sizes and lengths may be needed for different buildings and projects, contact our sales team today on 01837 659901 to find out what you may need.
Our easy to use online Cladco Roofing Calculator will show you the shape of the roof and which elements to measure, this will then guide you through the steps to order. Alternatively please call our sales team for further assistance.
We are based in Okehampton, Devon, and have been the UK's Leading Manufacturer and Supplier of steel roofing sheets since 1972. You can purchase sheets via the website, or by calling the sales team on 01837 659901
For information regarding stock please contact our sales team on 01837 659901. If an item is out of stock on the website, please enter your email into the out of stock box on the page to be notified when the item returns.
For all queries regarding your roofing, please contact our sales team on 01837 659901 or email the information to [email protected].
Please note we are not certified architects, and any information, measurements or advice given must be checked with the relevant professionals before purchase.
Roofing Sheets are available in four profiles, Box Profile 32, Box Profile 34, Tileform and Corrugated. Corrugated sheeting is one of the more traditional style roofing sheets and can be used on anything from agricultural buildings to contemporary modern homes. See more about corrugated sheeting here.
Cladco Profiles manufactures all roofing sheets from a steel coil in the chosen colour and coating. These coils of steel are transferred to our rolling machines and the profile and length of your choice are manufactured to the requirement. You can see more about how tileform roofing sheets are made here.