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Polycarbonate Sheeting Sydney

Polycarbonate Roofing are suppliers of Polycarbonate sheeting in Sydney.  We can supply direct to your door from our Sydney warehouse, or you can collect. If your looking for Suntuf, Laserlite, Sunlite, Makrolon, Sunpal, Sunglaze or just about any polycarbonate product we are able to supply it direct from our Sydney warehouse.

Climate

Sydney has specific climate conditions and these may influence your choice of polycarbonate roofing.

Sydney and surrounding areas enjoy a temperate climate, with mild winters averaging temperatures of 9 degrees and average summer temperatures of around 25 degrees Celsius. Sydney can also be prone to the occasional (though recently more frequent) thunderstorm. Given these conditions, there are a few key considerations when choosing the right polycarbonate product for your area.

Temperature

Summer temperatures are moderate with cooler temps in winter, meaning that you may want to consider choosing a colour that allows a moderate amount of heat to pass through, keeping the polycarbonate covered area warmer in the winter but not too hot during the warm summer months. Keep in mind that there are other factors that will also play a part in the apparent temperature in an area, such as orientation, roof height and shading.  Read more about environmental factors to consider when choosing polycarbonate colours here.

Twin wall or Multiwall or thicker solid sheets may also provide an advantage by providing increased insulation factor.  This can also be helpful in keeping areas cool in summer and warm in winter.  Investigate the U-Values of a few of the different products to help you decide on what might be appropriate in your situation.

Storms

In recent years Sydney has been hit hard with some damaging storms. While all polycarbonates offer great impact resistance, some products will offer more robust solutions than others.  Standard profile sheets offer a base line option, thicker profiled sheets a step up while thicker solid sheets will be the most robust.

Getting your sheets

Need polycarbonate products delivered anywhere in Sydney? We can deliver to your door or job site.  Or if you would prefer to pick up we have a few Sydney locations that you can collect from.  Don’t forget that if you intend to pick up, you will need to be able to handle a length at least as long as you roof.  Many of the sheets can be rolled… but they will still be long rolls.

We can help with advice on what products are best suited to different situations and give you a quote including delivery to anywhere in Sydney.  So what are you waiting for – have a look over the rest of our detailed website, or if you would prefer to talk to someone give us a call to discuss your needs.

So Sydney, we’ve got you covered for all your polycarbonate needs.

22 Comments

    • Hi Pauline

      Yes – we do have an outlet in Melbourne… we can arrange for you to collect or to have it delivered from our Melbourne warehouse.

      Thanks Richard

    • Hi Peter
      Yes we can cut sheets to lengths as required. For example 10 x 2m would be cut from 3 x 6m sheets (=9 x 2m) and the last one would be cut/charged at 1 x 2.4m.
      Let me know if you need any further info.
      Regards Judy

  1. Hi.
    I need to cover a balcony 6m X 1.8m using Sunlite 10mm Twin Wall Sheets, my estimate for the material :
    3 Off Clear Sheets 980 X 2000mm
    4 Off Gray Sheets 980 X 2000mm
    24 m Rubber gasket
    7 Off H Joiners 2000mm
    12 m End Caps
    Do you Ship to Sydney Area ? If so How much is the total cost?
    Thank you.

    • Hi Max

      We would supply from Sydney warehouse. I have sent you an email with some questions.

      Thanks Team Polycarbonate

  2. hi,we need to change the fibreglass sheeting on our pergola,there are 3 sheets,the problem im having is all the sheets im fining are to narrow,they all seem to be,29mm depth,60mm w on the overlap,191mm centre to centre on the large spacing,ours is 45mm deep,95mm W on the overlap,215mm centre to centre on large spacing,would you know where i can get some sheets or have they changed the sizes to this new size now,many thanks if you could help,peter.

  3. I am in Sydney only this morning, so I hope I can get a reply.
    I need two x 3mtr lengths of polycarbonate, corrugated roofing sheets.
    Where could I pick them up from?
    Where is closest to Bondi?

  4. Hi there. I’m replacing the roof overhang/awning at the back of our house. Do you stock the Suntuf Beehive clear sheets? They look like the sort of thing I’m after. I need 7 sheets, of the smallest you have (1.8m?) as I need to cut them down to 1.55m, or could you cut them to 1.55m for me (very happy to pay for the 1.8m sheets, of course!). Thanks.

    • Hi Stuart
      Thanks for your enquiry.
      Please note only the 8mm and 10mm Sunlite are stocked in Australia. The 8mm is limited to 2 colours and 2 lengths only.
      8mm thick Sound reduction Values (dB) 18
      10mm thick Sound redution Values (dB) 19
      Regards Team PCR

  5. Hi Team,
    I want to enclose our front veranda to reduce heat and improve insulation in winter too.
    I need 9 sheets of 2 meter length and 0.980 meter wide.
    How much would this be if picked up in Sydney and how much when delivered to Mudgee NSW?
    Bob

  6. Hi Team,
    Which product will cut heat but leave the most light passing through. I would guess one is a trade off for the other but what you recommend for a deck cover please? What would the lifespan of that product be?

    • Hi Chris
      Thanks for your enquiry. Yes it is a trade off but the colour that gives the best balance is the Suntuf SolarSmart Diffused Ice. If you look at the Suntuf page on the web site you can see all the light and heat transmission for all the colours.
      Regards Judy

    • Hi Bryce

      Thanks for your enquiry. We sell various brands of polycarbonate so if you email us at sales@polycarbonate.com.au with which product you would like to see we can advise warehouse you would need to visit. Alternatively we can arrange for samples to be sent out.
      Regards Team PCR

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