The last delivery date for 2019 will be 18 Dec. We recommend ordering at least a week earlier just in case, as it is very busy over this time. First deliveries for 2020 will be from 7 Jan. We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Call off the search. You've found the lowest price polycarbonate roof sheets in NZ!

Looking to buy clear corrugated roofing? You've come to the right place. With the cheapest prices in NZ - and a 10 year warranty - why would you go anywhere else?

  1. Take a look at our quality clear roofing.
  2. Choose your sizes, colours and quantities.
  3. Order online knowing you're getting the best deal in NZ.
  4. Your delivery will come to you, nationwide.

No gimmicks, no big overheads, just the best price polycarbonate sheets, guaranteed.

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"I reluctantly had to purchase this product on the net as I couldn't find the product that I wanted in store. I'm old, I like to see what I'm buying. I have no regrets, the service was excellent as was the delivery... I would not hesitate to deal with them again and would recommend them."

-Keith

Alsynite Sunline polycarbonate roofing

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With a ten year warranty, you can be certain that Sunline polycarbonate roofing will not only look good, it will last too. That's because it's designed to withstand harmful UV rays, rain and hailstones, making Sunline the ideal solution for covering any outdoor area.

  • Proven in NZ conditions
  • Affordable polycarbonate sheet
  • 99.9% UV protection
  • Four stylish colours
  • NZBC fire group classification 1-S
  • Can be cut to length
  • 10 year limited lifetime warranty against discolouration and brittleness
  • Tough, optically clear, high quality
  • Delivered nationwide

Suitable for awnings, pergola roofing sheets, carports, greenhouses, gazebos, entrances, porches, walkways, conservatory roofing panels…and much more!

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1.8 - $18
2.1  - $21
2.4 - $24
2.7 - $28
3.0 - $31
3.6 - $37
4.2 - $46
4.8 - $51
5.4 - $58
6.0 - $75
7.2 - $91

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Use the following table to work out how many sheets and fasteners you need. Click on the table to enlarge it.

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The different colours and tints

With four different colours, you're sure to find something to suit your style.

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Alsynite Multipurpose fasteners

Multipurpose fasteners are simply the easiest screw to use on polycarbonate roofing panels.

They're suitable for steel or timber purlins, high wind zones, and they cut their own expansion hole.

Don't muck around changing bits or spending more time on the roof than you need to, use these.

  • 50mm
  • Galvanised
  • No pre-drilling required
  • Cuts a thermal expansion hole in the same action
  • 14 gauge
  • Requires 5/16″ hex head drive
  • 26mm DEKS EPDM washer
  • Fully compliant with AS3566

$34 for 60
$259 for 500

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Alsynite noise stop tape

Polycarbonate roofing purlin noise stop tape helps stop your clear roofing from creaking, which can be caused by changes in temperature.

  • 25m roll
  • Weather-resistant and chemically inert
  • Suitable for polycarbonate, PVC, and fibreglass roofing
  • 24mm wide x 3mm thick

$35 per roll

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    Order your sheets and accessories now

    NamePriceBuy
    Alsynite Multipurpose fasteners$34.00$259.00
    Alsynite noise stop tape$35.00
    Sunline polycarbonate roofing$18.00$91.00

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    All prices include GST.

    Flat delivery fee of $39

    Please ensure you provide us with a phone number and tell us a safe place to leave it if you're not going to be there for delivery.

    Lowest price guaranteed!

    We reckon we've got the best polycarbonate roofing prices around. Find a lower retail price anywhere in NZ and we'll beat it*

    *Must be an equivalent item in stock. Does not include clearance, run-out, trade price or specials.

    Considering Suntuf, Laserlite, Solasafe or any other product you may find in Bunnings or Mitre 10?

    Take a look at our Sunline. Similar to what you'll find in large stores, yet you can't beat the price!

    And we deliver nationwide. So no need to borrow a trailer or struggle to tie down on the roof.

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    "Really helpful... It's been a year since I put it up and it's still going strong. Really well priced compared to hardware stores."

    -Gareth

    Nationwide delivery details

    Orders need to be received by 10am the  previous working day, to make the next available delivery day. Delivery is to your address (not a depot).

    Most of our orders arrive within these time-frames, however there are sometimes delays that are outside of our control.

    If you are outside the highlighted areas on the map, or have a difficult driveway for a large truck, please check with us first.


    Auckland to Whangarei
    Every Friday

    Auckland to Hamilton
    Daily Mon-Fri

    Hamilton to Tauranga, Rotorua, Taupo
    Monday and Wednesday

    Palmerston North to New Plymouth
    Every Wednesday

    Palmerston North to Hawkes Bay
    Tuesday and Friday

    Hawkes Bay to Gisborne
    Every second Friday

    Palmerston North
    Daily Mon-Fri

    Palmerston North to Wellington
    Monday and Thursday

    Christchurch to Nelson
    Every Thursday

    Christchurch
    Daily Mon-Fri

    Christchurch to Greymouth
    Every second Thursday

    Christchurch to Invercargill
    Every Tuesday

    Invercargill to Frankton
    Every second Wednesday

    Whether you're a homeowner, tradie, handyman, roofer, or builder, we have the clear plastic roofing sheets for you. And we can deliver to your house or building site.

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    Greenhouse, hot house, grow house, glasshouse, shade house? If you need to grow something, we've supplied plenty of clearlite to farmers, horticulturalists, botanists and backyard gardeners.

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    Contact us

    info@polycarbonate.co.nz

    PO Box 48186
    Blockhouse Bay
    Auckland 0644

    Why buy from us?

    • Fourth generation family business
    • Trading for over 50 years
    • 100% positive feedback on Trade Me
    • 10 year warranty on all products
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    Gazebo, awning, pergola roofing, deck roof? However you say it, if you need outdoor cover or shelter, clear plastic roofing sheets are what you need.

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    Carport, stable, cow shed, chicken coop, barn, garden shed, outdoor cabin, spa pool? If you need light in your storage space, polycarbonate sheets are the way to go.

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    Installation instructions for Sunline corrugated roofing

    Safety information

    • Always exercise extreme care when working on a roof. Use walking boards along purlins.
    • Never walk directly on the sheeting.
    • Always wear eye protection when using cutting tools.
    • For safety precautions, Alsynite recommends the use of safety mesh for installations above 3m.
    • Alsynite does not recommend the collection of drinking water from any roof without appropriate precautions and filtration. Check with your local water authority for further advice
    • Ensure that your roof pitch is at least 5º, i.e. 88mm rise per lineal metre. This will ensure adequate water run-off.Clear plastic sheet nz recommended pitch or fall
    • Allow for ventilation, particularly at the highest point, to minimise heat build-up and provide air circulation. Good ventilation will also minimise condensation in cold weather.
    • Ensure the UV surface protected side faces the sun. This is the side with the adhesive label and ink-jet marking on the edge. When installed as a wall or fence it is recommended that the UV protected side is facing the most sun. The life of the sheet may be shortened and discolouration may occur due to the unprotected side being exposed to UV radiation.Clear light roofing side lap diagram for joining
    • The sheet can be easily cut with a pair of shears, a fine-toothed handsaw or a circular saw with a cut-off blade suitable for plastic.
    • Temperature changes will cause expansion and contraction, allowances for thermal movement is required. Using Noise Stop Tape will reduce the noise created by thermal movement. Resistance to movement can cause buckling.
    • To ensure maximum performance of the sheet, and to avoid buckling, it is necessary to oversize the holes and centre the fixings.

    CAUTION: To maximise the life of your Alsynite Sunline polycarbonate roofing, avoid exposing your polycarbonate sheeting to excess heat from patio heaters. A distance of 1m should be kept between the sheets and the heater, adequate ventilation at all times and temperature to be below 90ºC beneath the sheeting. If temperature beneath your sheet rises above 90ºC, immediately remove the patio heater from underneath the polycarbonate sheeting.

    IMPORTANT: These instructions are designed to prevent leaking and alleviate the requirement for sealants. Sealants, especially silicone, are incompatible with polycarbonate. They will damage the sheet, restrict expansion and contraction, and void the warranty. Use the appropriate flashings and infill strips to complete your project and help protect your outdoor entertaining areas from the weather, without the need for sealants.

    Fixing spacings

    Polycarbonate roof screw pattern diagram for corrugated on purlins

    In normal conditions, use the fixing spacings shown in the table. As a guide, you will need approximately 7 fixings per lineal metre. This depends on your purlin spacings and wind conditions. In high wind areas fix the sheet on every second corrugation on each purlin/ batten. It is suggested that barge capping be used. Fix the sheet through the crests for roofing and through the valleys for walls.Polycarbonate sheet rafter and purlin layout diagram with flashings

    • Use 50mm or 55mm fasteners to fasten your Alsynite Sunline roofing sheets.Clear polycarbonate roofing curve diagram for clearlite
    • For roof laying, start with the lower sheets first, keeping side laps away from prevailing wind. Allow an overhang of 50mm.
    • For curved structures, the maximum purlin spacing should be 750mm and a minimum radius of 6000mm for corrugate profile. For walls, nogging spacings should be no more than 1200mm. Use Noise Stop Tape on all battens, purlins or noggings to minimise the noises associated with expansion and contraction.

    Handling, storage and cleaning

    • Store sheets on a flat surface in a well-protected and shaded area, out of direct sunlight. Stacked sheets stored in the sun will cause heat build-up and possibly distortion, even if covered. If damage occurs in this situation, warranty is void.
    • Prevent moisture getting between stored sheets as this may cause whitening.
    • Clean sheets regularly with warm soapy water (mild detergent) and a soft sponge. Take care not to scratch the sheet. Hose down thoroughly.

    Chemical properties

    Alsynite Sunline Polycarbonate Roofing is affected by methylated spirits, benzene, petrol, ketones, acetone, phenols, chlorinated and aromatic hydrocarbons, petroleum based paints, abrasive cleaners and solvents.

    Limited lifetime warranty

    Sunline polycarbonate roofing sheets have a 10 year warranty. This warranty is provided by Polycarbonate Roofing NZ and is from the date of delivery.

    Under this warranty the liability of Polycarbonate Roofing NZ is limited to the replacement or pro-rata replacement of the faulty material. It does not cover costs associated with the replacement of sheets, or any loss or consequential damage. Proof of purchase is required and an inspection by Polycarbonate Roofing NZ may be necessary before removal.

    Sunline is not covered under warranty if the installation and care instructions  are not adhered to.

    Warranty scope:

    1. Yellowing of the sheet surface: In accordance with the standard test of ASTM D1925, the yellowing index should remain at or below 10 within 10 years for SUNCOVER.
    2. Fracturing by hailstones of up to 15mm in diameter accompanied by winds of up to 75km/hr for the first 10 years.
    3. Ultraviolet ray penetrability in a wave length of 300nm should be less than 0.1%.
    4. Based on the standard test of ASTM D1003, the sheets should have 90% of the original
      percentage of light transmittance after 10 years.