Suntuf Standard polycarbonate roof sheeting has a long track record as a reliable and effective method of protecting Australian families from the elements. Suntuf Standard sheets are capable of multiple uses in both domestic and industrial settings. Suntuf Standard sheeting is ideal for areas that already have some natural shade from trees or orientation, and require the cover that a polycarbonate roof provides from the wind or the rain.
In addition to it’s flexibility, Suntuf Standard sheets are extremely economical. As the cheapest sheets of the Suntuf range, they allow you to cover your designated area with hard wearing polycarbonate roofing for a bargain price. At Softwoods, we also believe that we can offer you the best rates on Suntuf roof sheeting in all of Australia, get in touch with your measurements for a hassle free price in no time at all.
Suntuf Standard pricing
Softwoods have a great working relationship with Suntuf and we are able to offer fantastically competitive pricing. In addition you can order your Suntuf roofing online in our webstore right now and check out and have the goods delivered to you. There’s no need to send emails or get on the phone and our pricing is the same for everyone in the country.
Suntuf Standard information
Suntuf Standard are high performance, hard wearing polycarbonate sheets that are available at a excellent low prices. They cover all roofing applications and can be used for any purpose, from skylights to roofing, we’ve even quoted it for use on a boat! Suntuf Standard offers 99.9% UV protection for you and your family to enjoy the outdoors and know that you are protected from the elements.
Suntuf Standard colours
The Standard range of Suntuf polycarbonate sheets are available in 5 distinctive colours: Clear, Opal, Smooth Cream, Cedar Bronze and Solar Grey. These colours suit all building applications and each is transparent to differing degrees. Your colour choice will have a bearing on the appearance of your patio or pergola and also the level of heat that you feel when there is direct sunlight on the polycarbonate sheets.
Suntuf Standard profiles and lengths
Suntuf Standard is available in a few different profiles to give you the look you are searching for. You can select from a standard corrugated profile, a sharper greca profile or an industrial style Trimdeck profile which is best used for structures with lower than standard pitch to carry larger volumes of water to your gutters.
Suntuf Standard is available in many standard lengths that should be appropriate for all applications. Simply determine the length you need for your job and order it (or the next size up if it’s not exactly the same as any of the standard lengths) You can easily cut sheets to precise length using a jigsaw, a stanley knife, heavy duty hand shears or a circular saw
The standard lengths for sheets of Suntuf Standard are: 1.8,2.1,2.4,2.7,3.0,3.6, 4.2, 4.8, 5.4, 6.0, 7.2
Suntuf Standard screws and accessories
Suntuf provide a proprietary Clearfix screw to fix their sheets. These screws are the best way to fix polycarbonate roofing to a pergola as they eliminate the need to pre drill any holes into the sheet before you fix it. Clearfix screws feature a grey plastic widget that sits below the head of the screw and ensures that the screw is not fixed too tightly and creates a watertight seal over the expansion hole that is drilled by the flared feature on the screw itself (this is to ensure that the sheets can safely expand and contract with hot and cold conditions) Clearfix screws are to be installed on the top of corrugations so that they don’t get in the way of flowing water and expose the roof to leaks.
Eave infill strips
Suntuf eave infill strips consist of custom cut foam sections that fit directly on top of the profile of your roof sheets to seal your roofline against water running upwards against the slope of your sheets, as well as the accumulation of dirt and the prevention of pests making your structure their home. Infill strips will stop your roof sheets rattling or making any unwanted noise in windy conditions
Purlin tape or noise reduction tape is used to reduce the noise that polycarbonate roof sheets make when they move on top of the structure that they are screwed onto. Roof sheets are affixed to the purlins on a pergola and when they move with the wind or expand and contract in hot and cold conditions they can creak and make unwanted noise. By using a strip of purlin tape on top of the purlins of your structure before affixing the roof sheets you eliminate this as an issue. Purlin tape is available in 25m rolls.
Back channel and infill
Suntuf back channel and infill strips create a neat finish for your roofing if it sits against the wall of your home. The end of your roof sheets that butt up against the wall are slotted into a back channel with a foam infill to ensure a tight fit and no accumulation of dust or insects. Back channel also stops water from flowing over the back of your roof sheets when there are high winds.
Barge and Ridge capping
Your pergola might also need some metalgoods to finish off its roof effectively and make things watertight. Barge capping covers the end of your roof sheets. You attach it to the end rafter of your pergola to create a waterproof seal as the cap sits over the top of the end corrugation of your roofing. Ridge capping is used on gable pergolas and allows the roof sheets to sit under a cap that prevents water from getting into the structure at the ridge.
Suntuf Standard delivery to home or site
Softwoods are happy to be able to deliver your Suntuf roofing order to your home for the price of $71. Simply place your order in our web shop
Suntuf Standard specification sheets
Please click on the links below for specification and installation information sheets for Suntuf Standard