Metal roofing sheets are durable and well-insulating construction materials. They find a home on top of so many structures.

Outbuildings are a popular spot to install metal roof sheets. Common locations include garden studios, workspaces, barns and garages, to name a few. This is because they are low in price and high in return. They’re also cheaper to cover an entire roof in. Especially for labour costs and when compared to other required materials.

Since they last long without any maintenance, they often come to pay for themselves on longevity.

Metal roofing sheet prices mostly depend on the manufacturer and the profile. Smooth finish sheets do tend to be less expensive across the board. Having said that, homeowners and tradespeople like the authentic look a textured roof sheet gives. Particularly true if there’s a tile pattern.

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Cladco metal roof sheets prices

Cladco metal roof sheets are manufactured in 0.7mm thick sheets and 0.5mm thick sheets in stainless steel. The steel is coated in either PVC plastisol or polyester paint finish. This allows versatility across the range and for a choice of finishes.

The prices are in the table below for convenient reference.

Cladco metal roof sheetsPrice from (ex.VAT)
Green Cladco Metal Roofing Sheets£19.49
Blue Cladco Metal Roofing Sheets£19.49
Black Cladco Metal Roofing Sheets£19.49
Grey Cladco Metal Roofing Sheets£27.18

Corotile metal roof sheets prices

From the manufacturers of Ariel Plastics comes Corotile. Manufactured from high-grade steel with Aluzinc® coating and offering incredible strength.

These metal roofing sheets are ideal for improving the quality of weather protection. They are designed to give the finish of a textured tile roof, manufactured from steel encased in acrylic and stone chippings.

Corotile metal roof sheetsPrice from (ex.VAT)
Corotile metal roof sheets£19.63

Britmet metal roof sheets prices

Britmet Ecopan, Ecopan Plus, and Pantile 2000 are metal tile effect sheets designed with style in mind. Their metal makeup gives them durability and substance. All while adding to the textured, realistic tiled finish.

Britmet Pantile 2000 is a lightweight roof sheet, too. So it’s perfect for outbuildings that contribute to the aesthetic.

Britmet metal roof sheet prices vary depending on their final style and their thickness, too.

Need to know about fitting metal roof sheets?

We have a dedicated beginners guide to installing roof sheets, as well as a metal roof sheets aftercare guide to help you know the best ways to ensure the longevity of your roof.

Did you also know we have a roofing sheets buyer’s guide? Here you can learn more about metal roof sheets as well as roofing sheet alternatives to ensure you have the right material for your project.

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