News

  • Roofing Chemicals Market Research Report to 2025

    Roofing Chemicals Market Research Report to 2025

    The Global Roofing Chemicals Market report by UpMarketResearch.com provides a detailed analysis of the area marketplace expanding; competitive landscape; global, regional, and country-level market size; impact market players; market growth analysis; market share; opportunities analysis; product l...
    Read more
  • The New Future of Metal Roofing

    The New Future of Metal Roofing

    (Source:metalconstructionnews.com) The population of today is becoming increasingly pragmatic, organic and green. In order to satisfy its customers, the building culture is also changing. Homeowners, contractors and architects are quite often turning away from the traditionally used building pro...
    Read more
  • How to Replace Corrugated Plastic Roofing

    How to Replace Corrugated Plastic Roofing

    What You’ll Need 1.Corrugated plastic sheets 2.Hammer 3.Nail Gun 4.Marker 5.Band saw 6.Measuring tape 7.Ladder 8.Nails 9.Prybar 10.Screws 11.Vise grip pliers 12.Powered screwdriver If your corrugated plastic roofing has cracked, sprung a leak, or needs to be replaced for any other reason, ...
    Read more
  • How to Repair Leaks in Plastic Corrugated Roofing

    How to Repair Leaks in Plastic Corrugated Roofing

    Corrugated plastic roofing is both cheap and versatile, making it a popular choice for many homeowners. Like all roofs, corrugated plastic roofs will begin to leak as time goes by. This is a common repair for any roof, and it is important to repair these leaks as part of your regular home mainte...
    Read more
  • How to Repair a PVC Roof

    How to Repair a PVC Roof

    PVC roofing is used on many flat and low-slope roofs. While the roofing is considered durable, falling objects and high winds can puncture the roof or cause the seams to separate, resulting in leaks. If the roof has extensive damage or seam separation, enlist a professional to evaluate the damag...
    Read more
  • HOW to install metal roofing

    HOW to install metal roofing

    1 Materials 2 Step-By-Step 2.1 Step 1: Measure the roof area 2.2 Step 2: Order the materials 2.3 Step 3: Remove the old roof 2.4 Step 4: Add insulation 2.5 Step 5: Install the eave flashing 2.6 Step 6: Add metal panels 2.7 Step 7: Add the flashing to the roof 2.8 Step 8: Finish 3 Safety Considera...
    Read more
  • How to Install Corrugated Roofing

    How to Install Corrugated Roofing

    Corrugated roofing is a great way to top a garden shed, shop, or patio. It’s quick, easy, and you can do it yourself. You only need some basic tools and materials. Method 1. Installing Corrugated Roofing 1. Cut the panels to the length. Most panels come up to 32 feet (9.8 m) in length. Al...
    Read more
  • How to Install Corrugated Plastic Roofing

    How to Install Corrugated Plastic Roofing

    Corrugated plastic roofing is a long-lasting and low maintenance alternative to corrugated metal roofing. Plastic is much lighter and easier to work with, making it popular with homeowners looking to save money that could be spent hiring professional installation teams. In order to install your ...
    Read more
  • How to Cut Corrugated Plastic Roofing Sheets

    How to Cut Corrugated Plastic Roofing Sheets

    Corrugated roofing sheets are an inexpensive way to cover a patio, shed or greenhouse and are available in colors such as white, blue and green as well as opaque colors and clear plastic. The sheets allow defused light to filter through the roof while protecting you from rain. You can obtain corr...
    Read more
  • How to Cut Corrugated Plastic Roofing

    How to Cut Corrugated Plastic Roofing

    Corrugated fiberglass or PVC roofing, which can be translucent or opaque, works well for greenhouses, sheds and porch additions. It comes in 4- by 8- or 10-foot sheets, and you install it by screwing it to wooden or plastic braces. The braces are sawn to match the corrugations and attached to the...
    Read more
  • How to Cut a Polycarbonate Sheet

    How to Cut a Polycarbonate Sheet

    Polycarbonate sheeting can be cut with a basic pair of hand shears if the thickness of the sheet is less than 0.125 inches (1/8 of an inch). Thicker sheet material will have to be cut by means of a mechanical saw. Straight cuts can be performed by using a circular saw. Curved cuts are made using...
    Read more
  • Polycarbonate Roofing What You Should Know

    Polycarbonate Roofing What You Should Know

    If you’re looking for an extremely lightweight and inexpensive roofing material, consider polycarbonate roofing. This thermoplastic roofing began its life on conservatories before moving on to commercial buildings. Due to its attributes, however, it is beginning to find a following in residentia...
    Read more