SURGE’s PVC Sheet Closure Key Features:
Sheet Closure PVC
PVC Extruded Drip Trim.
What is a PVC Sheet Closure and what is it used for?
A PVC Sheet Closure is a PVC extruded trim to close off the ends of Polycarbonate Sheeting.
What is the best thing about PVC Sheet Closures?
PVC Sheet Closures are economical, available to buy singularly, available in White and Brown, and available to buy for all thicknesses polycarbonate.
Why should you use STORM’s PVC Sheet Closures?
STORM offer a full comprehensive suite of matching products and keep the PVC Sheet Closures in stock. STORM also offer nationwide delivery for all customers.
Who is the type of consumer that would use a PVC Sheet Closure?
Glazing Installers, Building Contractors and DIY would all use PVC Sheet Closures.
Where are PVC Sheet Closures most commonly used?
PVC Sheet Closures are most commonly used on the end of Polycarbonate Sheeting.
When should a PVC Sheet Closure be considered and installed?
PVC Sheet Closures should be used when installing any polycarbonate roof.
What are the advantages of PVC Sheet Closures?
PVC Sheet Closures are easy to install, economical, easy to cut.
What are the disadvantages of PVC Sheet Closures?
A disadvantage of PVC Sheet Closures is that they are only available in 1 length – 2.1m.
What polycarbonate can you use with PVC Sheet Closures?
SURGE’s PVC Sheet Closures are ideal for:
- Providing a drip at the end of polycarbonate sheeting, when being installed as a roof.