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Model # 101699

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Suntuf

26 in. x 12 ft. Polycarbonate Roofing Panel in Clear

  • Impact resistant panels with industry best warranty
  • Blocks harmful UV rays
  • Easy to install and maintain
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Product Overview

  • Impact resistant panels with industry best warranty
  • Blocks harmful UV rays
  • Easy to install and maintain
Suntuf clear polycarbonate corrugated roofing panels are perfect for covering a patio, deck, or hobby greenhouse. The polycarbonate is 20 times stronger than traditional fiberglass panels. Polycarbonate is extremely impact resistant and with a co-extruded UV protective layer the panels will keep their beauty and clarity for many, many years to come.
  • Lifetime limited warranty / 10-year hail damage warranty
  • Blocks 99.9% of harmful UV rays
  • Virtually unbreakable
  • Polycarbonate construction is up to 20 times stronger than traditional fiberglass
  • Covers 24 sq. ft.
  • Easy to install with household tools (Tools not included)

Product Overview

  • Impact resistant panels with industry best warranty
  • Blocks harmful UV rays
  • Easy to install and maintain
Model #: 101699
Sku #: 284009
Internet #: 100049922

Suntuf clear polycarbonate corrugated roofing panels are perfect for covering a patio, deck, or hobby greenhouse. The polycarbonate is 20 times stronger than traditional fiberglass panels. Polycarbonate is extremely impact resistant and with a co-extruded UV protective layer the panels will keep their beauty and clarity for many, many years to come.

  • Lifetime limited warranty / 10-year hail damage warranty
  • Blocks 99.9% of harmful UV rays
  • Virtually unbreakable
  • Polycarbonate construction is up to 20 times stronger than traditional fiberglass
  • Covers 24 sq. ft.
  • Easy to install with household tools (Tools not included)

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Ratings (53) (100) (20) (7)
Material Polycarbonate Polycarbonate Polycarbonate Polycarbonate
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Roof Panel Type Corrugated Panel Corrugated Panel Corrugated Panel Corrugated Panel
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 16 24 18 ft² 160
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
24
Product Length (in.)
144
Product Thickness (in.)
0.032 in
Product Width (in.)
26

Details

Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear
Material
Polycarbonate
Product Weight (lb.)
6.4lb
Roof Panel Type
Corrugated Panel
Roofing Product Type
Polycarbonate Panel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year Hail Damage Lifetime Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
24
Product Length (in.)
144
Product Thickness (in.)
0.032 in
Product Width (in.)
26

Details

Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear
Material
Polycarbonate
Product Weight (lb.)
6.4lb
Roof Panel Type
Corrugated Panel
Roofing Product Type
Polycarbonate Panel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year Hail Damage Lifetime Limited

Questions & Answers

How much is the min/max to overlap the panels? is 12" overlapping too much?

How much is the min/max to overlap the panels? is 12" overlapping too much?
Asked by: blasky
Use the recommended 1 corrugation overlap and pay attention to adhering to the minimum pitch. Too little of a pitch will slow down the shedding of water and allow it (the water) to wick into the overlapped seams.
Answered by: SteveW
Date published: 2019-05-01

How do I cut the panels

How do I cut the panels
Asked by: Lucy
Install a fine tooth saw blade backwards in your circular saw. It will cut the material without chipping. Make sure the blade is a fine toothed one, like the type used to cut thin plywood and such.
Answered by: Jody
Date published: 2018-12-30

For a 16ft wide x 12ft long roof is it necessary to use vertical closure strips all the way or should they only be

necessary at either end of the span?
Asked by: Bob
#1, you are probably talking about a butyl tape sealant, which comes in a roll of 40 feet. It's cheap, and it's what Pros use to seal the edges of panels. It's not in every Home Depot store for sure, but it's super common to use this stuff. It is necessary to use this on any roof that is lower than 3:12. You might need it more so in heavy snow areas and where the underneath is unheated. Look for this at Home Depot: 1/4 in. x 40 ft. Butyl Rubber Sealant Tape Model # 40BT Internet #207149821 Store SKU #457389 (Or its equivalent) Use that butyl tape on long panel overlaps on low pitch roofs. Clear or metal. You then put in "lap" or "stitch" screws to hold the two adjacent panels together, mashing the butyl tape together, about every 20 to 24 inches. You should not use the regular Tek or metal roofing screws that are woodgrip and long. Stitch screws are 3/4 or 7/8 inch long. The end closures are a completely different component. They seal the structure to keep something mostly air tight and keep blowing rain out; they do not seal the roof from rain showers and gravity flowing water. Those closures are for sealing the building, and are sometimes left out, especially at the lower end (eave). The upper ones at the roof peak are more important for rain storms.
Answered by: HomerHAsNothingOnMe
Date published: 2019-03-02

for a 20' wide 12' long roof what should the slope be

for a 20' wide 12' long roof what should the slope be
Asked by: decked
Hello Decked, glad to help answer your question. Personally I would have a 3 inch drop on slope over the entire length. Good luck with your project.
Answered by: KBecker
Date published: 2019-05-30
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Customer Reviews

26 in. x 12 ft. Polycarbonate Roofing Panel in Clear is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 100.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a VERY labor intensive product as each screw has to be predrilled and my project was 24x1... This is a VERY labor intensive product as each screw has to be predrilled and my project was 24x16 lean to car port, and we used 500 screws just for the roof panels! Another 300 to put up the plastic supports under it. Use one drill that has a clutch for the screws as they have to be set just right and another drill for pre drilling the hole. You need to use special rubber washer screws for the install (available at HD). I needed a wall connector that is available only thru the HD website, it is made with a 3/8in masonry lip (for brick work) at the top, that as far as I can tell, needs to be cut off so the unit can sit flush against the wall. The instructions and video on line really don't show the closeup of this connection nor how to do it. My friend who is a contractor ended up cutting off this lip, screwing it in first (pre drilling) then putting sticky backed pre flashing on the wall and the connector, then attached a J channel on top of it for the vinyl siding then attached the plastic wall connector flashing and lastly slid the roof panel under the wall connector. Trying to do the wall connector flashing after the whole roof was done seemed dangerous, as working on a sheet of plywood on a 4-12 pitch roof would just slide off the roof. My friend worked from the ground on a ladder thru the roof joists and 2x4 cross members, it was VERY tight and only skinny folks will fit! LOL! I did most of my roof in white and used 2 clear 12 foot panels like skylights. Looking back now I would not have bothered with the clear as the white is quite translucent and lets in a lot of light. The white stays quite cool under the blazing sun. Make sure you install the panels with the label up as there is a UV protective coating on only the label side and it only works when facing up to the sun. If you liked this review please check the helpful box. Thanks, MikeTheReviewer.
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good material easy to work with ... Good material easy to work with
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this product, it is very well built, not too heavy, I could manage the roofing process all... I love this product, it is very well built, not too heavy, I could manage the roofing process all by myself. The only complaint I have, and I am not sure if it is HD faults...the long label on the side gets off as a charm, very easy. But then, they have a small paper label with the code...again, maybe HD puts that on, well...the time I WASTED to peel those labels off, is more than acceptable. Sometimes I was standing on the roof when I realized I had to take off that label, and it was not comfortable at all. Better use an "easy peel off" material! Or place the paper label on top of the long plastic label that gets off so easy.
Date published: 2018-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought 20 of these two years ago to replace the roof on a poly greenhouse. I cut them with my s... I bought 20 of these two years ago to replace the roof on a poly greenhouse. I cut them with my skill saw down to the 5'6" lengths I needed and had no problems there, no chipping, though it makes a nasty noise. I used the fasteners they recommended (just snugged up, not overtight) and the blocking to keep the ends air tight, no caulk or glue. I gave a full corrugation overlap between sheets and I have no significant leaks. Installation was a breeze though cutting the sheets down to 5'6" certainly helped to make them manageable. I should have done the walls at the same time but I couldn't bring myself to buy more than just the roof (after all , how much should I spend on growing tomatoes and peppers!) but have regretted it ever since. The walls go on tomorrow, two years of flapping polythene is enough for me! I cut them today and again had no problem with splitting or shattering, use a sharp multi-tooth blade that you would use for laminate or finishing work. I cut 5 panels at a time with ease, it sounds horrible but it leaves a smooth cut. I tried using a cutting blade on an angle grinder to cut five sheets at once but it heats up the cut edges too much and they end up melting together.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GreenHouse roof Was going to purchase the PVC panels and save some $ but with the life time warranty and specs on the polycarbonate panels... you get what you pay for. Had to cut the 7 panels to fit my green house roof. Circular saw may have not been the best way to go, even with a fine tooth blade and very slow travel it still sounded like I was destroying the panels, which were all being cut at the same time. But they turned out fine. One down side was the factory edge, it was a joke (NOT SQUARE). All in all I was impress and glad I paid the extra (all most double) for the polycarbonate, very tough and very clear, just what the doctor ordered for a greenhouse.
Date published: 2011-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Life Changing. We live on the Northwest Pacific Coast of Cali, lots of rain and storms in the winter. I just watched how our installation of Suntuf fared during the first huge rainstorm, no leaks! We built a sunroom/breezeway/conservatory to go between the back of the house and the new 10x20 Tuff Shed, and it's enclosed. No sweating, and the sunlight, warmth and dryness are so very welcome! The installation was painstaking....pre-drilling each screw hole, and since we are inundated with salt mist from the ocean, I covered each screw with silicone. The Suntuf site has a list of recommended sealants that are chemically compatible with their product, none that I saw for sale at HD, but I opted for pure silicone and it seems to do the job. Building your structure with enough of a "pitch" is notable, to allow for wind sheer, drainage, and probably to shed things like the pine needles that are falling here from a nearby tree. During the fall of big raindrops; not so much noise at all, we were pleasantly surprised. So far our conservatory is 10+ degrees and more warmer than the outside temps, and the house is warmer overall with this passive heating arrangement built on its back wall. We have detailed the structure with lengths of a fallen old growth Redwood and some Manzanita and I'm making stained glass windows to go over the door...I'm pretty happy with this! We shall see about longevity. Light, LIGHT, light!!!! (It's a little pricey btw.)
Date published: 2014-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I had fiberglass on the roof of my 10 X 16 garden shed. It lasted over 20 years before a tree bra... I had fiberglass on the roof of my 10 X 16 garden shed. It lasted over 20 years before a tree branch punched a hole in it. It was time to replace the roof. I could not find a supplier in Utah that had the fiberglass panels. I ended up buying the green opaque (not the clear) Suntuf carbonate roofing panel. It seems like pretty good material. It has a different profile than the fiberglass. I had to tear off the wiggle wood and replace it with the Suntuf profile wiggle wood. OK, long story short. Watch out! Examine each panel up to the light. After I cut my eight 12' panels in half and started mounting them on the roof I noticed thin spots about the size of a dime. There were only 3 of them where light shone through, but the carbonate is so thin there I will have to slap some epoxy on those spots so they don't start leaking. I'm 65 now. When I hit 85 I'll let you know just how good this stuff is.
Date published: 2018-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-05-01
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