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Which is the Right Type of Sheet?

Here at Cladco, we manufacture and supply four different types of profiled sheeting in a wide variety of colours.
Depending on your project, the type of building, use and appearance, we can cut the sheeting to the exact length you require, with any necessary fixtures, including roof lights, flashings and fillers.

34/1000 Box Profile Sheeting

Each Box Profile 34/1000 Roof sheet will provide you with 1-metre width coverage when lapped and can be made up to 9 metres in length. If you require longer sheets please contact us for further information.

34mm deep sections of profile with 7 ribs make up this 34/1000 profile sheeting. It is fixed through the lower part of the profile to the purlin using self-drilling TEK screws.


32/1000 Box Profile Sheeting

This box profile, single skin sheeting gives a robust strength thanks to its size. Each of the 6 profiles has a pitch of 200mm across the entire sheet, with a 32mm height. Many understandably prefer the appearance of this sheet because it’s lower in height and has fewer profiles, so it’s not quite so obtrusive, but this depends entirely on your project.


The 1240mm coated steel strip gives a width cover of 1-metre when lapped. Construction can be safely undertaken in roof applications down to a 4-degree pitch. To fix in place, this sheet requires standard self-drilling fasteners through the lower end of the profile and can be used as a single skin, over existing roof cladding or even as part of a built-up insulation system.

13/3 Corrugated Sheeting

A traditional authentic sheeting is the corrugated roofing sheets which can be cut to lengths to a maximum of 6m. Cladco 13/3 corrugated roof sheets give a 990mm width cover when installed by a minimum of one corrugation overlap.

13/3 corrugated sheeting requires purlin spaces closer together than the Box Profile 34/1000 for additional support. Due to the curved shape of these sheets, this profile is fixed to the purlin through the higher part using longer self-drilling TEK screws. You can use this on roofs with a minimum pitch of 10-degrees.


41/1000 Tile Form

Cladco Tile Form sheeting is a great way of achieving a traditional pantile effect without the hard work of installing individual tiles. Cladco 41/1000 tile form gives a metre coverage when lapped and can be made to lengths of up to five metres. Tile form sheeting is available as 0.7mm thickness and is provided in graphite grey and copper brown colours.


Roofing Sheets


This product is a fantastic cost-effective condensation prevention method. Use this to stop steel roofs from dripping in cold, damp conditions without the added expense of insulated sheeting. The Drip-stop anti-condensation roofing sheets’ finish is a polyester felt flock and can be attached to the reverse of both our 34/1000, 32/1000 profile and our 13/3 corrugated sheeting.