The tile form sheeting we supply is a product that can give a traditional feel. In addition, we’ve gone to great lengths to ensure that it includes the advantages of contemporary coated steel. In other words, you’ll be getting the best of both worlds when using these materials.
You’re probably eager to begin assembling your sheets and placing them on your roof. However, before you progress, there are certain pieces of information that you must possess.
Is it level?
Before you start, examine your underlay to confirm that it is in level. At the rectangular underlays, the opposing sides and diagonals must have identical measures. You can use flashings if you need to fine-tune any deviations. The edges that get the assembly going should be in line as well. See to it that you explore particular obstacles like how to unravel the roof details prior to starting the assembly.
Storing your sheeting
Next, we’ll talk about storage. You have to store your sheeting on a flat surface in a well-ventilated and dry location. Preferably, this should be somewhere indoors. If you have no choice but to store sheets outside, make sure that you use a waterproof cover. The covers also come in handy while you are on the building site. Any water that leaks onto the materials can lead to white spots appearing on the coating. Double check that your sheeting has a minor incline length ways and enough support, just in case water dribbles through the cover.
At Peter Wragge Supplies, we provide our tile form sheeting in two finishes. They are long lasting plastisol and polyester painted. Furthermore, these sheets come in an array of colours, including the classic Anthracite Dark Grey and Terracotta Red options. Therefore you can choose a material to meet your aesthetic requirements.
If our merchandise has caught your attention and you’d like to know more, please get in touch. We can provide useful advice and help you select the right product.