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How do I work out how many roofing sheets I need?

The Cladco Roofing Calculator is designed to calculate how many Roofing Sheets, Screws and Flashings your project may need, and will provide you with a quote. See the Calculator here.

Do you have coloured screws available for Roofing Sheets?

No, Cladco does not offer coloured screws to match the Roofing Sheets, however, Cladco does offer Colour Caps. The Colour Caps match the Roofing Sheets to ensure your Roofing project has a seamless and polished finished appearance. Simply place the ...

Where are you based?

Cladco Profiles is based in Okehampton, Devon. You can find directions to our premises here. 

What's the maximum sheet length?

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...

Do I need Z Purlins and What is a Z Purlin?

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...

How do I Measure my roof?

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.

What's your warranty on Roofing Sheets?

For warranty queries on Roofing Sheets please speak to one of our advisors for further information on 01837 659901. The lifespan of the sheeting coating can be found here. 

Where can I buy Steel Roofing Sheets?

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 

Can I be notified when the stock levels change?

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. 

If I send a picture of my roof plan, would you be able to help me figure out how much roofing I need?

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 ...

Why are Roofing Sheets corrugated?

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...

How are Roofing Sheets made?

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...

What is a Balustrade?

A Balustrade is a railing, or support system forming a divide between one area and another. This divide can be for safety or aesthetic reasons. Balustrades can often be installed at the edge of a raised area such as a veranda or balcony and can be used...

What does Balustrade mean?

The word, Balustrade has 17th-century Italian origins, when the word ‘balusters’ referred to the columns used in traditional Italian architecture. Today Balustrade means a row of balusters (posts) topped by a rail or a low parapet or barrier, designed...

What is a Balustrade staircase?

A staircase balustrade, is a balustrade which runs down the side of a staircase. Many architects and interior designers often refer to it as a ‘bannister’. Balustrades are usually used on the exterior of a composite decking project and can be a great...

How to work out Balustrade spacing?
Is planning permission required for a Balustrade installation?

Planning permission is a tricky topic to understand, essentially if your project, which requires a Balustrade, is defined as ‘out of character’ or ‘detrimental to the local environment’ or if you are planning on building in a conservation area, then...