Galvanised Corrugated Roof Sheet Ridge 145 Degrees
Galvanised Corrugated Roof Sheet Ridge 145 Degrees
CODE: 55056
£ 15.52(Inc VAT £18.62)
Corozinc Galvanised Metal Roofing Sheet Ridge 145 Degress 8/3 profile. Ideal for use on agricultural out buildings, garden buildings and timber frame roofing or cladding projects
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Corozinc Galvanised Corrugated Roof Sheet Ridge 145 Degrees 8/3 profile - 145mm x 3000mm

Suitable for roofing and cladding, Ariel’s corrugated galvanised roofing sheet is available in the 8/3 profile in a wide selection of lengths.

  • Extremely hardwearing & durable
  • Zinc coated on both sides for added protection
  • Easily installed with DIY tools
  • 0.5mm thickness

Ideal for:

  • Stores
  • Sheds
  • Garages
  • Out Houses
Please note: This product range has a minimum order quantity of 3 sheets
Estimated Delivery: 5-7 Working Days
Manufacturer: Ariel Plastics
Product Code: 55056

We offer a free standard delivery service on all orders over £500.00*. Orders under £500.00* will be charged £15.00* carriage.
Our standard delivery area covers mainland England, Scotland (Excluding Highlands) and Wales. For all other areas around the UK an additional delivery charge will need to be applied, we will advise you of this charge before your order is dispatched. For deliveries to these areas we are happy to provide a free quotation upon request.


We will always do our best to deliver stocked items ordered via our website within 3-5 working days. This applies to  goods ordered before 12.00pm and in stock.
Some of our products, because of their size (5m and over) and weight (over 80 kilos), have an estimated 3 to 5 working day lead time but we will endeavour to get them to you as soon as possible.
All the Roof Vent Products are made to order and have an estimated 7-10 working day lead time. This can be reduced for sites wishing to call off quantities that have been given to us in advance (call for further information). Please note: All Roof Vents are made to order and non returnable.
The Mardome Hi-Lights Range of Dome Rooflights have a 48 hour delivery schedule. Orders must be received by 1pm to qualify for the 48 hour (2 working days) delivery. Only available to mainland GB (excluding postcode areas begining KW, IV, AB, and PH)
CORRAPOL-BT Bitumen Roofing Sheets 1-2 working days.
We regret that timed deliveries cannot be given. Deliveries will be made between 8.00am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.


All deliveries should be signed for and we would politely request that you sign and clearly print your name so that in the unlikely event that there are any discrepancies we will have a person to contact. If a signature cannot be obtained we will try to leave the goods in a safe location, but we cannot be held responsible for shortages or damages where goods have not been signed for.


Large or palletised goods will be delivered to a hard standing area only. The Customer shall be solely responsible for the unloading of the Goods and the Seller shall not be liable for any damage that occurs in the course of such unloading.
Any shortages must be reported within 48 hours.

If goods aren't sent by our own vehicles they are sent by reputable carriers such as Tufnell's, Fed-Ex  and Parcel Force. Heavier goods may be delivered by larger vehicles and will be off loaded as close as possible to the property whilst remaining on a hard standing surface.


Please do not arrange any labour until your materials are on site as we are unable to compensate you for your time in the event of a late delivery.
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Corozinc Galvanised Corrugated Sheet Installation Guide

Preparation - Best practice is to plan your project in advance
A minimum slope of 5° is essential in any structure to ensure water run-off: 10° or more is preferred.

Sheets should overhang the roof by minimum 60mm to allow rainfall to run-off and should be wide enough to cover the barge board at the side.

Cutting Sheets
If cutting is required use an angle grinder with a metal slitting blade or fine toothed saw or nibbler tool, caution should be used when cutting metal sheets, appropriate PPE should be worn.  Support the sheet to minimalize vibrations. Always take appropriate safety precautions and wear personal protective equipment when handling, installing and cutting this sheeting.

If a sheet needs to be cut at a finished width, make the cut in the downward slope of the corrugated sheet.

Fixing Sheets
When fixing sheets with galvanised self drilling screw, it is recommended to fix through the highest point of the profile to permit free drainage when used in roofing applications.

What number of fixings are required?
Divide the roof width by the fixing centres.
Divide the roof length by the support centres +1.
Multiply these two values together = approximate number of fixings required.

Joining Sheets
If the sheets need to be joined end to end, ensure an overlap of at least 300mm.

Use a strip of Butyl tape to prevent dust and dirt getting between the sheets.

It is advised when fitting roof sheets to ensure that they are overlapping by at least one corrugation and to work from left to right on a building when installing.

Download the Corozinc Installation Guide
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