At ROC, we know you want the best roofing product for your home or business outdoor space. That’s why we offer various Laserlite polycarbonate roofing products, including Laserlite 2000 and Laserlite 3000.
Laserlite is a high-quality, durable material that offers several benefits over traditional roofing materials. Here are just a few of the benefits of upgrading to Laserlite 2000 or Laserlite 3000:
- Strength and durability: Laserlite is incredibly strong and durable, making it a great choice for areas with high winds or hail. It is also resistant to UV rays, so it will not fade or discolour over time.
- Lightweight: Laserlite is very lightweight, making it easy to install and transport. This is especially beneficial for roofs that are difficult to access.
- Energy efficiency: Laserlite is an excellent insulator, which can help to reduce your energy bills. It also blocks out 99% of UV rays, which can help to protect your furniture and belongings from fading.
- Aesthetics: Laserlite is available in various profiles, colours and performance levels, so you can choose the perfect product to suit your home or business needs. It is also scratch-resistant, so it will look great for years to come.
- Warranty: Laserlite has a 20-year warranty, which gives you peace of mind knowing that your investment is protected.
If you’re looking for a strong, durable, energy-efficient, and aesthetically pleasing roofing material, then Laserlite 2000 or Laserlite 3000 is the perfect choice for you.
Here are some factors to consider before selecting or installing a new polycarbonate roof with Laserlite 2000 or Laserlite 3000:
- The climate in your area. If you live in an area with extreme weather conditions, you will need to choose a polycarbonate product that can withstand such elements. Laserlite 2000 and Laserlite 3000 are impact-resistant and can withstand hail, snow, and wind.
- The amount of sunlight your roof will receive. If your roof gets a lot of direct sunlight, you will need to choose a polycarbonate roof sheet that blocks UV rays. Laserlite 2000 and Laserlite 3000 both block 99% of UV rays. The next step is to decide the amount of Light & Heat Transmission you want penetrating through your roof.
- The budget you have available. Polycarbonate roofs can range in price from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. You will need to decide whether the Standard Laserlite 2000 suits your performance needs and budget vs a Premium product like Laserlite 3000 that boasts better performance but comes at a slightly higher price point.
If you are unsure and need clarification on anything polycarb, we have you covered. We have a team of experienced Polycarbonate Experts ready to assist you. Simply contact us today, and we will be happy to help you find the perfect Laserlite roofing product for your needs.