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Polycarbonate Roofing Level 3 Level 3 Corrugated or Greca Polycarbonate Greca Polycarbonate Roofing Sheets Level 3 polycarbonate diagram Polycarbonate Cover Details Corrugated Polycarbonate Level 3 Greca

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Purchase Level 3 Polycarbonate Sheet - This sheet has heat reflective metallic particles which reflect the heat but allow soft light to pass through. Use Level 3 where the climate demands it. 99.9% UV protection is built in to protect the sheet surface and the people below. Enjoy outdoor living in comfort, especially suitable in hot climates. 


Choose from either CORRUGATED or GRECA profile.


Pearl Ice: Shade Factor: 6, Light Transmission: 48%, Heat Transmission: 32.5% 

Silver Mist: Shade Factor: 9, Light Transmission: 17%, Heat Transmission: 22% 

(key: 0 = full light & 10 = full shade)


What metal roofing sheets do these polycarbonate sheets match?

The corrugated polycarbonate roofing sheets are produced in the same profiles as our corrugated metal roofing and are easy to install. The width/cover of this sheet is 762mm wide when lapped - the same as corrugated iron. There is no matching steel sheet for the Greca profile.


Overlap Corrugated: 1.5 laps

Overlap Greca: 1 rib


Which fasteners should I use with this polycarbonate sheet? 

We recommend the use of “self-cutting” screws. These roofing screws incorporate a “cutting head” on the shaft which cuts an oversized hole in the sheet, allowing room to expand.  Another great product to use is the aptly named “Anti Noise Tape”.  This product is rolled out across the top of the battens before the sheets are screwed down. This tape is extremely easy to install - one side is sticky.  Simply roll and push!

Sheet Tolerance: Length: + 10mm, – 10mm; Make allowance for thermal expansion or contraction for long length roofs at sheeting ends


What is the Warranty on these sheets? 

Our polycarbonate sheets are covered by a Lifetime Warranty. Solasafe Polycarbonate Roofing set the highest of standards in the field with a large selection of colours.  


How do I cut the sheets?

Polycarbonate is best cut with sharp snips. Small cuts can be cut with strong scissors. Please do not cut with high speed cut off wheels as they may cause melting. 


How long does delivery take?

Delivery on the Corrugated Polycarbonate Sheeting takes approx 3 - 6 days, depending on location.

The Benefits of Using Polycarbonate Roofing Sheet for Conservatories

Considering adding a conservatory to your property? One of the choices you have to make is which material to use – glass or polycarbonate roofing. If you are still undecided on this matter, here are a few reasons why you should opt for the latter. Cost: Although there are several homeowners who will choose glass over polycarbonate sheet roofs, some homeowners working with a limited budget cannot make such an immediate decision. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative to glass, your best option would be polycarbonate roofs. Apart from their low cost, polycarbonate roofs are lighter in weight which makes them easier to install and will require less installation time as compared to glass. Over the long term, you can save more money as labour costs go down. On top of that, the light weight of polycarbonate roofs means that they can be installed with lighter frames like aluminium, wood and steel. Again, this means that you can save more money. Flexibility: As compared to other building materials like glass, wood or metal, polycarbonate roofs are very flexible. This means that if the design of your conservatory or sunroom calls for unconventional shapes, polycarbonate roofs can be moulded to the desired shape. Light transmission: Polycarbonate roofs are perfect for greenhouses because they can let in a great amount of light. Compared to polyethylene film, a popular material used for greenhouses, polycarbonate roofs can let in as much as 85 percent of available light. But despite this benefit, some polycarbonate roofs available in the market have been treated to effectively minimise the harmful effects of sunlight and UV rays. Impact resistance: Glass may look good in your sunroom, but there is one great caveat: its fragility. Polycarbonate roofs, on the other hand, can withstand a high amount of impact from animals and birds, wayward balls and other objects that can shatter glass. This property also makes polycarbonate roofs easier to assemble and transport. Durability: Polycarbonate roofs are also known for their unmatched durability, bearing a lifetime expectancy averaging about 20 years. During this period, you can expect your polycarbonate roof to withstand conditions that can warp or discolour similar roofing materials.


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