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Old 04-26-2017, 08:40 AM   #1
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Has anyone worked with...

Ondura fiberglass/organic corrugated panels?

I've got an outdoor camp related project I'm working on and was wanting to use this product...
There's a local beer garden nearby that's used it for vertical privacy fencing, and it's seemed to have held up pretty well, but no one was around to ask.





Seems pretty durable!
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A neighbor of mine used that same corrugated fiberglass roofing material for their entire house roof. It seems to be holding up very well after ten years.

When asking about it at the home store they said it was meant to be roofing for small sheds or other outbuilding.
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Old 04-26-2017, 01:08 PM   #3
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A neighbor of mine used that same corrugated fiberglass roofing material for their entire house roof. It seems to be holding up very well after ten years.

When asking about it at the home store they said it was meant to be roofing for small sheds or other outbuilding.
Going to build my outdoor shower/laundry room roof & walls

The beer garden walls look pretty good except where drunks do stupid stuff
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Going to build my outdoor shower/laundry room roof & walls

The beer garden walls look pretty good except where drunks do stupid stuff

I have something similar on my back deck 12'x24' translucent smoked colour... the product was called Suntuf or Palruf, something like that? ...sorry don't remember, this summer it'll be 15 years old just starting to show some age. Been through all 4 seasons in the great white north. The one pattern was rounded/curved edge the other was more of a squared edge if that makes any sense.....I could take a pic.
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