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Old 09-20-2006, 08:33 AM   #1
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Hi, I've just built the frame for a lean-to and cut the plastic corrugated sheets to size. My question relates to fitting these sheets to my timber frame.

Is there any specific fixture I need to use ?

I've noted I need to enter at the peaks of the plastic but just wondered on the fixtures.

Any help appreciated

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Old 09-20-2006, 05:31 PM   #2
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You need to use the hex washer head screws with the pre-installed rubber washers under the heads. I think you might be in the UK or AUS, but in the US we call these "metal roof screws" or "barn tin screws".

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Yep, neoprene washered screws is the way to go.
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Tony, there is a type of lathing sold in the USA that will match the undulations of the sheeting. You can use that to install, although it is a very rough and inexpensive wood with zero aesthetic appeal.

Otherwise you can fasten it with the screws mentioned, but don't drive the screws down tightly. Just snug them up to compress the washer a bit.

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To add the responses you've received, I purchased 2'x1" sections of wood that are cut to match the corregation of my plastic. They are then nailed/screwed to the frame, and the plastic is screwed to these boards.

Now, I have a question for you. I was wondering how you cut and what you used to cut your corregated plastic. I've got 12' sheets I need to cut down to 5'.

Thanks for any help you can give. v
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