Added by on 2016-05-20

Here I show you how easy it is to re-roof a shed with Onduline roofing. When I built my garden shed in 1987 I used Onduline corrugated roofing following the recommendation of my builders’ merchant. It has lasted 26 years and so I have now replaced it with the same product and expect it to last at least another quarter century. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to install polycarbonate roofing sheetsHow to: Cutting Corrugated Width | Metal Roofing OnlineHow to Felt a Shed Roof – Fit long life Roofing FeltLiving roof concrete sheets November cob house updateBuild a Garden Shed – Roof FramingBriggs Ave Green Roof Shed

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  • Hi Peter I have a shed with a pent roof if I use this sheeting what would I use t put at the front of the roof to stop water getting in like you have at the apex of your shed roof thanks. And also why do you screw at the high points of the sheet, why not the lower points?

  • tobar9561 1 year ago

    Just bought 21 panels to fix mother 's roof on her house. Great video 

  • David King 1 year ago

    Excellent! Thank you. Keep practising the ragtime piano!

  • Jacek Kuczynski 1 year ago

    Thanks Peter :)

  • Jennifer Hermann 1 year ago

    How do you find out the prevailing wind direction??

  • Brian Cusworth 1 year ago

    Ok I followed your advice Peter and used Onduline over the old felt on my cabin and then on my workshop roof. It is really easy to use and fit and so stunning to look at. I am so glad I followed your advice thank you.

  • Martin Pott 1 year ago

    Excellent , Thank you for taking the trouble to film.This is something I will do, however I have a Pent Roof Shed, so would have to modify the ridge pieces.

  • Brian Cusworth 1 year ago

    Thank you Peter

  • Brian Cusworth 1 year ago

    Brilliant thank you. My cabin needs re roofing and this is the way I shall do it.

  • Jonny Spencer 1 year ago

    By the way…is it worth using the foam eaves fillers they recommend? With a large overlap from the sheet to the ridge (I've a pitch of approx. 20 degrees) I thought it would be best to let the air get under there? I'm laying the sheets on roofing battens attached to a roof made of shiplap cladding.

  • Jonny Spencer 1 year ago

    Do you know what…this is so useful, thankyou so much! Especially the tips about using screws instead of nails and also how to finish the eaves. I'm just waiting for a break in this horrendous weather we're having to get out and put the new roof on my shed build…I'll probably end up on top of the shed on Xmas day at this rate….Very useful and very clear Cheers!

  • Boris Cybagooseuk 1 year ago

    Very informative….will be trying this on my shed .

  • PeterJen Bowen 1 year ago

    Thanks, great video.

  • dan watkins 1 year ago

    Great video, thank you! I'm hoping to replace the felt on my shed using this product.

  • Nick Llewellyn 1 year ago

    Super video! onduline for me!

  • Mark Burton 1 year ago

    Thanks for your swift response.
    Maybe I'll add some interesting artefacts under the Onduline for future generations.

  • Mark Burton 1 year ago

    Hi Peter,
    Thanks for your video.
    Iam thinking of putting onduline on an existing felt shed roof.
    Any special tips.
    Can I just put straight on top of the existing worn felt?

  • Welder6131 1 year ago

    Well done video sir Thx for posting!

  • 1065Olivia 1 year ago

    Same as Ondura here! I love this product! I am going to attempt to put it on a new roof on a deck tomorrow by myself. Since it is light weight and we have cut the sheets in half long way, I should be able to handle it. Going to surprise my husband. Working at camper. I use screws and the washers and will have to work from a ladder as well.  He thinks I am just taking materials up for him while he has to work. Hope I can do it!

  • greylynnjr 1 year ago

    Worse material ever