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Corrugated Sheet – Galvanised

18.9435.04 (Inc. VAT)

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Delivery time: 2-3 Days
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Corrugated Roofing Sheets Galvanised

Key features:

  • Galvanised to prevent rust
  • Long lasting and durable
  • Various sizes available
  • Ideal for farm buildings and sheds etc
  • Wider than 2ft so they allow for 2ft worth of cover

Product Description

Our galvanised corrugated roof sheeting is ideal for agricultural use, farm buildings, sheds, shelters and traditional housing. They offer a very sturdy, long lasting and high quality finish. These are wider than 2ft so they allow for 2ft of coverage wide per sheet.

  • Long life
  • Non Rust
  • Durable
  • Lightweight for easy installation
  • Various sizes available
  • Wider than 2ft so they allow for 2ft worth of cover

Note: No Delivery of this product available outside Co. Sligo. Ring us on 071 918 3318 / 9841 for more information.

When it comes to building a sturdy and weather-resistant roof for your shed, corrugated sheets are an excellent choice. A corrugated roofing sheet is not only cost-effective but also easy to install, making them a popular choice for DIY enthusiasts and professional builders alike.

Materials and Tools You’ll Need

Before you begin, gather the following materials and tools:

  1. Corrugated roofing sheets
  2. Roofing screws or nails
  3. Roofing felt or underlayment
  4. Roofing adhesive or sealant
  5. Roofing ridge cap (optional)
  6. Circular saw or tin snips
  7. Drill with a metal-cutting bit
  8. Measuring tape
  9. Chalk line
  10. Ladder
  11. Safety gear (gloves, safety glasses, and a dust mask)

Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Measure and Plan: Start by measuring the dimensions of your shed roof accurately. You’ll need to calculate the number of corrugated sheets required and their length. Ensure that you have enough overlap between sheets for proper water drainage (usually 6 inches or more).
  2. Prepare the Roof Deck: If you’re replacing an existing roof, remove the old roofing materials down to the roof deck. If you’re working on a new shed, ensure the roof deck is clean and free from debris. Install roofing felt or underlayment to provide an extra layer of protection against moisture.
  3. Mark the Purlins or Roof Supports: Using a chalk line or a measuring tape, mark the locations of the purlins or roof supports on the roof deck. These marks will serve as a guide for attaching the corrugated sheets.
  4. Cut the Sheets: Use a circular saw or tin snips to cut the corrugated sheets to the required length. Remember to wear safety gear, including gloves, safety glasses, and a dust mask, when cutting metal.
  5. Attach the Sheets: Starting from one end of the shed roof, align the first corrugated sheet with the purlins and roof supports. Leave an overhang at the eaves to ensure water runoff. Use roofing screws or nails to secure the sheet in place, making sure to fasten it to every purlin.
  6. Overlap and Secure: Overlap the second corrugated sheet with the first by the recommended amount, usually about one corrugation. Secure it in place as you did with the first sheet. Repeat this process for the remaining sheets, making sure they are properly aligned and overlapping.
  7. Seal the Overlaps: Apply roofing adhesive or sealant to the overlaps between sheets. This will prevent water from seeping through the gaps and ensure a watertight seal.
  8. Finish the Ridge: If your shed has a ridge, use a roofing ridge cap to cover and seal the ridge. This will provide additional protection against leaks and enhance the shed’s overall appearance.
  9. Inspect and Clean: Once you’ve installed all the corrugated sheets and ridge cap, inspect the roof for any loose fasteners or gaps. Tighten screws or nails as needed and clean off any debris.
  10. Maintenance: Regularly inspect your corrugated roof for signs of wear and tear. Replace damaged sheets or sealant to ensure the long-term durability of your shed’s roof.

Using corrugated sheets to make a roof for your shed is a practical and cost-effective solution. By following these steps and taking proper precautions, you can create a durable and weather-resistant roof that will protect your shed for years to come. Whether you’re a seasoned DIY enthusiast or a first-time builder, corrugated roofing sheets make the task manageable and rewarding.


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  • Orders of €150 inc VAT or over will get free delivery nationwide. (Please see notes below for exceptions)
  • All orders under €150 inc VAT incur a standard delivery charge of €10 including VAT
  • (Please see below for exceptions)
  • We deliver to anywhere in Ireland.

Bulky items:

Bulky items may incur delivery surcharges (see below) as extra courier costs unfortunately are often unavoidable. If the order is over €150 only the bulk delivery charge will apply. The final delivery charge for bulky products will be calculated when all items have been added to the shopping cart.
All efforts are made to indicate where products are subject to delivery surcharges.

Special Order items:

We are in regular contact with our suppliers and we try our best to make sure that all “special order items” on our webstore are available from our suppliers within the timeframe advertised. If, for some reason our supplier is out of stock and you have ordered the product we will let you know immediately and give you the option to either wait until it’s back in, upgrade to a better model at little or no extra cost or receive a full refund. See more info on Special Order products here.


All nationwide deliveries will be delivered within 2-3 working days.

(Local deliveries within 1-2 working days.)

Special order items may take longer to deliver but this will be indicated on the product information page. You can see more info on Special Order products here.

Working days are Monday through Friday excluding public holidays. Orders placed on Saturday/Sunday will be deemed as being placed on the following Monday.

Some items may take longer to ship. If this is the case, we will notify you by phone/email of this delay.

If your delivery is urgent please contact us by phone or email and we will do our best to expedite it.

Please indicate on your order any specific delivery instructions.

Bulky goods:

Bulky goods will be delivered on pallets and will be unloaded by the courier. All bulky goods are delivered kerbside. Unfortunately, the delivery company will not convey the goods into premises for storage unless agreed in advance. Access to the delivery location must be suitable for a truck and failure to provide suitable level ground for operating pallet truck may result in refusal to deliver by the courier. Please note delivery operators will apply safe procedures in relation to ongoing Public Health considerations..

Exceptional Goods:

Some building materials are extremely bulky and not practical to deliver outside Co. Sligo e.g. concrete blocks, tonne bags of sand or gravel or some lengths of timber. We have highlighted where this is the case in bold red writing. If you do order these products we will contact you to see if you want to pay an additional delivery charge or if you wish to cancel the order. Please do not take offence to this as some bulky goods may cost much more to deliver than the value of the goods. We are based in Sligo so can offer a local delivery service in this area using our own vehicles.

If there is a forklift or teleporter available onsite, we would appreciate if you could tell us in advance by filling out the special delivery notes when completing the order.

The Seller or the courier company will not be held responsible for any damage to goods or persons caused by the goods being unloaded by the buyer.

**Please contact us in advance of ordering if unsure of the above**

Damaged goods:

Where goods are damaged on delivery the Buyer has the right to refuse delivery. Damaged goods should be photographed on delivery and photos emailed to straight away. If goods are damaged on delivery, we will replace the goods in as timely a manner as possible at no extra cost.

Once the goods are signed for it will be deemed that goods were in good state when delivered.


Delivery shall be within a time period agreed between the Buyer and Seller and the Seller shall use its best endeavours to ensure that delivery takes place within the period agreed. Failure by the Seller to deliver the Goods within the agreed time period shall not amount to a breach of this contract by the Seller and the Buyer shall not be entitled to damages or other compensation or to cancel this contact by reason of such failure.

The Seller reserves the right to deliver in instalments. Each part delivery shall be deemed to constitute a separate contract, the fulfilment or non-fulfilment of which shall not affect any other part of the contract or the contract as a whole. Where any order involves more than one delivery and default is made on payment on the due date (either under this contract or any other contract made between the Seller and the Buyer) the Seller shall have the right to suspend all further deliveries until payment is made or to terminate the contract without prejudice to any existing claim.

The Seller shall not be liable to the Buyer for any loss or damage which may be suffered by the Buyer as a direct or indirect result of the supply of the Goods by the Seller being prevented, hindered or delayed by reason of any circumstances whatsoever which are outside the control of the Seller. Once delivery has been accepted the Buyer shall not be entitled to withhold or postpone payment of all or any portion of the price agreed, therefore.

1. Where goods are damaged on delivery the Buyer has the right to refuse delivery. Damaged goods should be photographed on delivery and photos emailed to If goods are damaged on delivery, we will replace the goods in as timely a manner as possible at no extra cost.

2.  If goods are signed for and later found to be faulty/damaged, notice must be given in writing within 24 hours and photos will be required to be emailed to

3. All faulty/damaged goods issues will be dealt with on a case by case basis and best endeavours will be made to rectify within a timely manner. Manufacturers’ warranties will apply in certain cases.

4. Any returned items which are not faulty or damaged will incur full carriage costs which must be paid for by the customer.  Notice of intention to return unwanted goods must be given within 14 days of receiving goods. Returned goods must be in original packaging and in original condition before refunds can be given.

5. All returned goods to be sent to Patrick Rogers Ltd., O’Connell St., Ballymote, Co. Sligo

Note regarding Oil Boilers and Boiler stoves:

Please ensure you check with us first or consult a qualified professional before ordering your oil boiler or boiler stove to ensure you order the correct one for your home. If the product needs to be returned a restocking fee may apply.

Returns of Special Order Items

All “special order items” are subject to the same product returns policy as stocked items. However, items which are returned that are not faulty or damaged on delivery will be subject to a 10% restocking fee.