The Complete Guide When Choosing The Best Material For Your Roof

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The complete guide when choosing the best material for your roofing project

When choosing what material to use for your roofing project, you can get bogged down in all the different information out there. Here at Roofing Sheets by Rhino, we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and expert advice. We have compiled a complete guide to choosing the best material for your roofing project to help you make the right decision.

Box profile roofing sheets

This type of roofing sheet is perfect for cladding industrial, commercial or domestic buildings. The variety of thicknesses, finishes and colours, allow you to pick the best type for your project. This roofing sheet is also great for giving a more modern look to a building.

Corrugated sheet metal roofing sheets

Corrugated roofing sheets are made of galvanised steel and will give a more traditional look to your roofing project. This type of roofing sheet is often used for cladding agricultural, equestrian or domestic buildings.

Tile effect roofing sheets

These roofing sheets give the appearance of a traditional tiled roof. Therefore, they are great for domestic buildings and are often used in buildings such as log cabins and garages. There are two possible finishes and many colours to choose from for this type of roofing sheet.

Fibrecement roofing sheets

Fibre cement roofing sheets are designed so that they do not create condensation. They are most commonly used in livestock and other farm buildings. There are various colour options available in these sheets, the most popular being a natural grey colour but also available in Juniper Green, Slate Blue, Van Dyke Brown, Serpentine, Anthracite and Jasper.

Clear fibreglass GRP roofing sheets

This type of sheet is great for allowing natural daylight into buildings. They can be used to roof a whole building or worked into a design with other types of roofing sheets as they come in many different profiles.

Ready to start your roofing project? Talk to one of our experts on 01675 462692 or email us at sales@rhinosteelcladding.com.

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