How long do Suntuf panels last?

Suntuf has a lifetime warranty that covers light transmission for 25 years and hail & breakage for 15 years The actual life expectancy can be as much as 30 years +, depending on professional installation practice and environmental factors like air pollution, winds, and erosion by sand particles etc.

Is Suntuf polycarbonate?

SUNTUF is a corrugated polycarbonate panel that provides high mechanical strength, UV protection, weather durability, with a 10 years warranty.

How long do corrugated polycarbonate panels last?

Both types of polycarbonate roofing last anywhere from 10 to 20 years. Some manufacturers however do warranty their products for the lifetime use of the home.

Do you have to pre-drill Suntuf panels?

When screwing the sheets keep the screw straight to ensure weather seal of washer. Don’t over-tighten the screws. If you’re not using the branded screw mentioned above, be sure to pre-drill a 10 mm holes in sheet.

How much do you overlap polycarbonate sheets?

When joining the sheets, overlap one and half corrugations for the corrugated profile. And one overlap for the Greca profile. Make sure that your overlap sequence is away from the prevailing wind.

Which colour polycarbonate sheet is best?

Transparent polycarbonates allow the most light to pass through, which is thus considered the best where maximum light is needed. Other colours reduce light transmission to certain extents – the darker the colour gets, the lower the percentage of light transmission.

Are polycarbonate roof panels good?

Polycarbonate panels can withstand force and are virtually unbreakable. The excellent properties of polycarbonate panels make them the preferred material for building greenhouses. These panels are resistant to heat, sunlight, snow, and rain, which enable them to last for many years without fading or discolouring.

What is the life expectancy of polycarbonate?

Lifespan – Polycarbonate roofing sheets enjoy an excellent lifespan, often lasting over 25 years before needing replacing.