Applications of polycarbonate corrugation

Corrugated polycarbonate can be used for roofing and siding. Although it may be used for the side walls or the top, corrugated polycarbonate is frequently utilized for both the roof and the sides in outdoor constructions. For each area, let's talk about a few applications for corrugated polycarbonate.


Corrugated polycarbonate can be used to create a roof that lets in light or is partially shaded. Structures used for outdoor gardening, such as greenhouses, chicken coops, and pavilions, benefit from corrugated polycarbonate roofing.

Light-permeable roofing is necessary for greenhouses to cultivate plants within. Depending on how your sun porch is structured, you could also want a transparent roof in addition to translucent panels. Corrugated polycarbonate is a great option if your sun porch requires a light-permeable roof. Corrugated polycarbonate roofing is advantageous for chicken coops. Indeed, chickens in polycarbonate houses hatch four times as many eggs on average per hen than hens in houses made of other materials, according to individuals who own them. Pavilions can be used to provide shade in certain situations or to screen UV rays while letting in visible light in other situations.


Siding made of corrugated polycarbonate can be employed in projects where light must pass through the walls of the structure. Corrugated polycarbonate siding is useful for outdoor gardening projects such as sun porches, chicken coops, and greenhouses.

In greenhouses, plants require sunshine coming from all angles. The greenhouse's transparent corrugated polycarbonate walls let light in, nourishing the plants all day long. Similar to greenhouses, sun porches are ideally suited with as few shade-producing elements as possible; siding for this reason should be translucent. For sun porches, corrugated polycarbonate is the ideal material since it allows light to pass through while blocking the sun's harmful rays. If your chicken coop has walls, the hens will benefit from semi-transparent corrugated polycarbonate siding, which lets light through and insulates heat.

Corrugated polycarbonate example projects


What a beautiful garden feature this pavilion is. With its translucent corrugated polycarbonate ceiling, users may lounge on the sofa and enjoy the expansive blue sky during the day or watch shooting stars at night. Intimate and comfortable, the colorful cushions and sparkling lights make the lovely garden a great spot to spend time with loved ones. When it rains, the festivities don't have to be confined indoors. The protected cover ensures that everyone stays dry. 


With a cedar frame, corrugated polycarbonate sides, and a corrugated polycarbonate roof, this gorgeous greenhouse is made to last. The whole enclosure enables the gardener to regulate the interior temperature and humidity levels while allowing the ideal amount of sunshine to pour through the structure and onto the plants. Rain drips down the gable roof fast. 

Coop of Chickens

You may be surprised that a chicken coop can look this good. For a chicken coop roof, polycarbonate roof panels are a great option since they let light through while filtering almost all UV radiation. The health and happiness of the hens will benefit from this. The chicken coop looks more elegant with a contemporary touch thanks to its corrugated polycarbonate roof.