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Options- Sheeting and Translucents

Single skin uninsulated may be OK for garaging, but double skin insulated is best. Composite panels on walls may be appropriate, particularly for office areas.

Translucents are cheap. It is best not to have them in the roof but as hit and miss panels all round the tops of the walls/doors. If they are used in the roof they should have galvanised wire mesh inside.

It is good practise to use masonary in the bottom 2.1m (7') of wall to make windows and walk through door easier to install.

See also: Sheeting Advice for Tropical Countries

Colours:

Colourcoat Pvf2 (Polyester)

Vermillion Black Bahama Blue
Tundra

(red/brown)

Slate Grey Mountain Blue

(grey/blue)

Java

(brown)

Alaska Grey Pinewood Green
Kalahari Oyster Glen
Morocco White Metallic Silver

 

Colorcoat HPS200

White SC Albatross SC

(grey)

Meadowland SC

(very pale green)

Hamlet SC

(ghostly grey)

Wedgewood Blue SC

(Cambridge blue)

Moorland Green SC

(pale green)

Goosewing Grey SC

(medium grey)

Solent Blue SC

(bright electric blue)

Jade SC

(bright green)

Merlin Grey SC

(slate grey)

Ocean Blue SC

(dark navy)

Heritage Green SC

(british racing green)

Black SC Saragasso SC

(midnight blue)

Olive Green SC

(army green)

Honesty SC

(pale cream)

Aztec Yellow SC

(vivid yellow)

Bamboo SC

(yellowy brown)

Mushroom SC

(beige)

Saffron SC Petra SC

(pink stone)

Svelte Grey SC Tangerine Orange SC

(vivid orange)

Terracotta SC

(dark brick red)

Vandyke Brown SC

(dark chocolate brown)

Poppy Red SC

(bright red)

Burano SC

(purple/brown)

Colours will vary according to your monitor settings. This should be used as a guide only.

Other colours available

 

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