0.5mm Color Coated Aluminum Roofing Sheet
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0.5mm Color Coated Aluminum Roofing Sheet

  • Corrugated

  • Dingang

  • 7610900000



Our 1216mm corrugated aluminum roofing sheets are perfect for your shed, outbuilding, barn or any other agricultural structures. These roofing sheets are made of high quality aluminum,  and will fit even your most basic needs.

1450mm width


  • Exposed fastener roofing sheet

  • 1216mm coverage for these quality aluminum roofing sheet

  • 18mm Rib height

  • Available in 760mm, 836mm, 988mm, 1064mm lengths

  • Sheet width: 1450mm


red color

blue color

white color


Corrugated aluminum roofing sheets are a popular choice for residential and commercial buildings due to their durability, lightweight nature, and resistance to rust and corrosion. Proper installation and maintenance are essential to ensure the longevity and performance of your corrugated aluminum roof. Here's a guide on how to install and care for corrugated aluminum roofing sheets:


Safety First: Before you begin, make sure you have the necessary safety equipment, including gloves, safety glasses, and appropriate footwear. Use a sturdy ladder or scaffolding to access the roof safely.

Preparation: Check the roof structure for any damage or issues that need repair before installing the aluminum sheets. Ensure the roof deck is clean and free of debris.

Measure and Plan: Measure the roof's dimensions and calculate the number of aluminum sheets needed. Plan the layout, ensuring proper alignment and overlapping to prevent leaks.

Fasteners: Use the appropriate fasteners for aluminum roofing, typically screws or nails with neoprene washers. These fasteners are designed to resist corrosion and maintain a watertight seal.

Installation: Begin at one edge of the roof and work horizontally. Install the sheets with the corrugations running vertically, allowing water to flow downwards. Use a chalk line or similar guide to maintain a straight line.

Overlap: Ensure there is sufficient overlap between sheets, typically 1.5 to 2 corrugations, to prevent water infiltration. Securely fasten the sheets at the overlap points.

Ridge and Edge Details: Install ridge caps and edge flashing to properly seal the roof's top and edges. These components are essential for preventing water and debris from entering.

Sealing: Use appropriate sealant to seal any holes or gaps around fasteners, ridge caps, and flashing to prevent water intrusion.

Ventilation: Install adequate roof ventilation to prevent condensation and maintain temperature control in the attic space.

Care and Maintenance:

Regular Inspection: Periodically inspect your corrugated aluminum roof for signs of damage, loose fasteners, or debris buildup. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

Cleaning: Regularly remove debris such as leaves, branches, and dirt to prevent water pooling and corrosion. Use a soft-bristle brush or a pressure washer on a low setting to gently clean the surface.

Painting: If needed, you can paint your corrugated aluminum roof. Use a high-quality acrylic paint designed for metal surfaces to protect and enhance its appearance.

Rust Prevention: If you notice any small spots of corrosion, remove them with a wire brush and apply a rust-inhibiting primer and paint to prevent further damage.

Tree Trimming: Trim overhanging tree branches to prevent them from scratching or damaging the aluminum surface during wind or storms.

Gutter Maintenance: Ensure that your gutters are clean and functioning correctly. Clogged gutters can lead to water overflow, which can damage the roof and siding.

Professional Inspection: Consider scheduling a professional inspection every few years to assess the overall condition of your corrugated aluminum roof and address any potential issues.



What goes under corrugated aluminum roofing sheet?

Under corrugated aluminum roofing sheets, multiple layers or materials are typically used to create a proper roofing system that provides insulation, weatherproofing, and structural support. These layers can vary depending on specific requirements and local building codes. Here is a general guideline for what goes under corrugated aluminum roofing sheets:

Roof Decking: The first layer is the roof decking, usually made of plywood or oriented strand board (OSB). It provides a stable and secure surface for attaching the roofing material.

Underlayment: An underlayment is installed over the roof decking to provide additional protection against moisture and serve as a secondary barrier. Common underlayment materials include felt paper (tar paper) or synthetic materials like synthetic underlayment or self-adhering roofing membranes. The underlayment helps prevent water infiltration and provides an extra layer of insulation.

Insulation: Depending on your climate and energy efficiency goals, you may install insulation between the roof decking and the interior of your building. Common insulation types for roofing include fiberglass batts, rigid foam board, or spray foam insulation. Proper insulation helps regulate the building's temperature and can improve energy efficiency.

Ventilation: Adequate roof ventilation is essential to prevent moisture buildup in the attic or roof space. Ridge vents, soffit vents, or other ventilation systems may be installed to allow for air circulation, reducing the risk of mold, mildew, and other issues.

Roof Frame and Support Structure: The roofing system relies on a frame and support structure, which may include trusses, rafters, or purlins, depending on the roof's design and span. These components provide structural integrity and support the weight of the roofing materials.

Corrugated Aluminum Roofing Sheets: The corrugated aluminum roofing sheets are then installed over the underlayment and support structure. These sheets are securely fastened to the roof deck or purlins, typically with screws or nails, to ensure they are watertight and secure.

Flashing and Sealants: Flashing is used to seal joints and transitions in the roofing system, such as around chimneys, vents, and skylights. Sealants are applied to seal gaps and joints, providing an extra layer of waterproofing.

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