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Palruf 26 in. x 8 ft. White PVC Roof Panel


26 in. x 8 ft. White PVC Roof Panel

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Product Overview

Palram's white Palruf panels are the perfect solution to cover patios and decks. They also offer a great, economical solution for use as a drip stop under an overhead deck. The corrugations offer strength and a natural channel for water drainage. Economically priced Palruf corrugated roofing panels are stronger than traditional fiberglass panels and their plastic, fiberglass free composition means they maintain their color and surface condition much better as well. White color helps reduce heat gain, offers protective shade, and protection from inclement weather allowing you to enjoy your outdoor space more often.

  • Plastic material for durability and flexibility
  • Fiberglass-free to preserve color and surface condition
  • Corrugated for strength
  • Covers 16 sq. ft.
  • Easy to install with household tools (tools not included)
  • Use in open, well-ventilated spaces
  • Use as an under-deck drip-stop, deck roofing, patio roofing or carport roofing

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Manufacturer Warranty
5 year limited

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you cut these panels?

Asked by: Daydreamer
I bought 12 Sheets Cut one with Heavy Commerical Type Scissors cut with no problems, the remaining eleven (11) I left them Stacked together and used my small battery operated skill saw reversed the blade and cut right through with no problems. One thing I noticed was these panels felt flexible, maybe I got a fresh batch which made them easy to cut. I have already cut these and am going to use for the roof of our greenhouse, I did this before reading any reviews. I will make sure the windows are opened to allow circulation maybe put a small fan in the room hope they hold up.
Answered by: HoneyDo
Date published: 2017-07-24

light transmission

does light pass through the white panels?
Asked by: Billtheengineer
The prior two answers are directly conflicting. Which is correct?
Answered by: PowerSeed
Date published: 2017-04-19

I want to use this for my green house will it pass all light waves?

I want to use this panel for my green house will it pass all light waves?
Asked by: taoguy
DO NOT use this for a greenhouse or any enclosed application eg a shed. It will fail within a few years due to the plastic becoming soft in the heat brittle in the cold and then cracking, discoloring and leaking.
Answered by: PDXdiy
Date published: 2017-07-26

Use as a Cover/Roof

Would these be good and cost effective to use as a cover/roof over outdoor dog runs at a shelter (PSPCA, Phila). We nixed metal corrugated roof due to appearance, but more importantly, when it rains the sound drives the dog/people nuts. Would this material be the same under the same conditions?
Asked by: 4theanimals
It will keep the rain off although the pvc will become brittle. If you know it will never be hit or touched, it will work. Be aware that the pvc will become very brittle ( I can't tell you when since I hadn't checked this for years). After 6 years under a houston sun, I can crack it by simply pushing up with my finger. And it had been shielded by vines that completely covered it. I would use polycarbonate considering the labor and difficulty of installing roof panels.
Answered by: Gene
Date published: 2017-08-07
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Customer Reviews

26 in. x 8 ft. White PVC Roof Panel is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY It seemed like a good product when screwing the panels down. the screw didn't crack o... DO NOT BUY It seemed like a good product when screwing the panels down. the screw didn't crack or chip the panel but once you go to cut it, game over! ABSOLUTE TRASH!!! It is so brittle it is impossible to cut. I tried to use a saw, Sharp knife, Industrial shears. Same result. it just shatters when you cut more then 1". Add to that that it fades very bad within in a year of sun exposure. One more thing that was annoying is that the wave is not the normal pattern that has been made for 50 years. So if you are replacing older panels you will need to replace the wave strips below it. I was replacing some 10 year old panels after doing repairs below them. These new ones lasted 6 months before disintegrating.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The instructions for installing the panels was straight forward.That was the only good thing.The ... The instructions for installing the panels was straight forward.That was the only good thing.The panels deteriorated rapidly,turning burnt and brittle.The winter winds destroyed most of the panels.This is the only product I've purchased from Home Depot,that I've ever found to be entirely unsatisfactory for it's intended purpose.THIS PRODUCT NEEDS TO BE DISCONTINUED.Trusted Home Depot ,not the bad reviews.....MY MISTAKE
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product seems to have a very low rating but I read the low ratings and those people are not ... This product seems to have a very low rating but I read the low ratings and those people are not installing this product correctly. These panels are not meant for spanning joists or beams like steel panels are. This product is for placement on direct surface. I built my chicken coop and used 1/2" OSB for the roof. When installed correctly these panels are fantastic for what they cost. You cannot climb around on the roof once they are installed like you can with steel, but for 13 bucks you shouldn't think you are getting hurricane proof panels. Install these with the 1 1/2" - 2" rubber washer screws (like the panel advises) and you will be golden. Don' sit them in the direct sun until they are installed - use common sense and this product will be fantastic. I secured the panels on the valley, 4 across top, middle, bottom - 12 screws total per panel. Bottom line, these panels are thin and need support across the entire panel, do this and life is cream cheese! :D
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Polycarbonate - Do not buy I agree with most of the other reviews on the low quality of these panels. They were in the sun while I was installing them and they got cloudy and lost their wavy structure. The edges curled up. One missed hammer and they break. Like others, now I have to replace the entire roof one more time. The purchase was my mistake. I did not even notice that these are not Polycarbonate that I have had on my house for 25 years with no issues. These are made of PVC and completely wrong for the application. Shame on manufacturer and Home Depot for selling this garbage. I don't care about the cost. The work that is involved in removing these and reinstalling new panels is what hurts the most.
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for outside use Dropped one piece off my 10 foot high pergola and it shattered on grass. I did not listen to further reviews and purchased because it was cheep, turned out to be a waste of money! After a week in the sun it became very very brittle (NC winter sun). A frisbee landed on it and it cracked the roof, tried to get it off with a stick and a ladder resulted in, 1) writing this review, 2) getting the polycarbonate stuff. I'm not sure what you would use this stuff for, Home Depot needs to discontinue this product. In the store it seems very durable and flexible, do not buy this product! This was a $200 donation to Home Depot....can I say it again, do not buy this product!
Date published: 2016-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worked for me, but took some prep & learning curve I just replaced an old fiber-based corrugated roof (320ft2) for a patio with Palruf. I made a lot of mistakes, but if you get the right hardware it installs fairly easily. Make sure you use 2" screws with the rubber gaskets in the high spots and the foam supports under the panels. The shorter screws aren't long enough to go through the high areas into your support/frame. Pre-drill each screw and only tighten to where the panel stays in shape (no dips). Make sure you store them flat out of the sun while waiting to install. They will warp easily if bent. They are also hard to cut... after several trials I found a Dremmel cone shaped grinding stone works well at a medium speed.
Date published: 2010-07-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible product, really deserves ZERO Star rating. Last year I purchased a lot of these panels to finish the roof and sides of a 25' x 18' greenhouse. They are very susceptable to temperature variations and fracture easily due to temperature changes. Heat makes them sag and warp then the cold causes them to break. I thought I may be able to repair them but am now rebuilding the entire greenhouse roof & siding because they were completely destroyed during a thunderstorm. Buying these panels is a complete waste of time & money.
Date published: 2016-04-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from don't buy Spend the extra money so you don't have to do what I now have to do. Replace the panels with poly carbonate. The price is $13ish for pvc and $20ish for polycarbonate. I guess I thought it only need to stay in place but something hit it one of the panels and a big chunk came out. Under this hot houston sun, the pvc is very brittle and merely pressing up with my fingers will crack it. Considering the work I did to install it, it would have been smart to put panel that last much longer.
Date published: 2016-06-07
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