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Sunlite 24 in. x 96 in. Polycarbonate Clear Twinwall Roof Panel
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Sunlite

24 in. x 96 in. Polycarbonate Clear Twinwall Roof Panel

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The Sunlite 24 in x 96 in. Polycarbonate Twinwall Roof Panel features an air layer that bolsters its insulation strength, making this a powerful roofing option. This lightweight twinwall panel is ideal for use on greenhouses, decks and other outdoor spaces.

  • Polycarbonate construction for strong impact resistance
  • Air layer for insulation
  • Clear panel transmits 80% of light
  • Easy to install

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24 in. x 96 in. Polycarbonate Clear Twinwall Roof Panel
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polly what mill ?

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August 17, 2015
Do not see if it is 4, 6, 8, or 10 mill thickness size. So what size is it?
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October 13, 2016
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Thickness is shown in specs as .315", so that is 8mm.
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August 21, 2015
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It's 0.315 inches thick, or 315 mil, which is the same as 8 mm. That's the total thickness with the air space. I don't know how thick the actual plastic is.
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August 18, 2015
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This panel is 8mm thick.
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Can you cut these with a utility knife?

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April 25, 2016
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April 27, 2016
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You can cut the panels using a utility knife or a circular saw with a reversed plywood blade.
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April 26, 2016
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Yes, you can cut the paneling with a utility knife.
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what do you use to seal the pannels together?

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March 22, 2016
can't tell what to use to glue them to each other
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October 18, 2016
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I live in the Portland, OR area, and not a single Home Depot around stocks the H-channel that the manufacturer recommends. I had to contact the manufacturer and get referred around a few times, but I found it on my own; Home Depot was no help at all in ordering from the manufacturer.
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March 24, 2016
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Good Morning,
We sell a "H" profile that is used to connect two panels together. The Home Depot store where you purchased the panels should also have these in stock. If they are out of stock, they can special order them for you. Please refer to the Sunlite installation guide, which can be located at www.palramamericsa.com/sunlite.
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How do you cut these?

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December 31, 2015
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Install the blade backwards in the saw. This sounds odd, but the blade teeth slowly wear away/melt the material rather than attempt to cut the material (and possibly chip it in the process). The warmer the panels, the better.
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November 10, 2015
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Good Morning,
These panels can be cut using a circular saw with a minimum of 10 teeth per inch, a utility knife and a straight edge or a pair of snips. Please support the sheets to avoid vibration while cutting and cut at a slow speed.
Have a great day!
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for window well covers I have only given this item 4 stars because I am not yet certain how it will hold up. After several $30+ plastic/stock HD window well covers have been destroyed by New England winters, I decided to look for stronger polycarbonate covers. The online cost for pre-made semi circle polycarbonate covers was between $70 and $300 each. I bought 2 sheets for $72.00 and with a jig saw and acrylic blade was able to easily cut 6 covers at a cost of $12.00 each. October 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best for a refined and elegant look I've used twin wall polycarbonate sheets for many projects and much prefer them for light transmitting applications--not just roofing, but deck fencing and screens. One thing to note, after a few years outdoors, they get slightly frosty. I've found that pressure washing and an application of plastic polish brings them back to new. It's also important to cap the ends. The top to prevent rain from getting inside the tubes. The bottom needs to be open to the atmosphere to prevent condensation, but also installed to prevent bugs from getting in and dying. June 13, 2015
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