Corrugated Plastic Roofing For A Garage

Adding Corrugated Plastic Roofing

If your house does not have a garage, a carport can provide limited protection against the elements for your vehicle. The addition of corrugated plastic roofing to a garage is a relatively simple project that requires common single-hands tools. This type of roof usually comes in sheets of 26 inches wide that can be up to 20 feet. Because they can be drilled and sawed without damage, they are relatively easy to install.

Polycarbonate panels have a UV coating on one side to prevent damage from the sun’s rays. There are also other types of corrugated plastic panels, such as reinforced fiberglass panels. Remember to make sure you have room to work during the installation of the corrugated plastic roofing. The panels are not designed to support the weight of a human being. So they cannot work directly on the top of the panels during installation.

Consult local building codes before installing corrugated plastic roofing. These to determine if there are requirements that may affect your project. Also check the prevailing wind conditions in your area to determine in which direction the panels overlap. Last, wear glasses to protect the eyes against the risk of injury during cutting and installation of plastic roofing sheets.