Do you own an old steel shed and have no idea which type of cladding you currently use?
Do you want to identify the cladding you have that needs vermin proofing?
We’ve created a detailed help guide that will assist you in figuring out the specific type of wall and roof cladding for your next remodelling project. Once you’ve identified the cladding on your own within minutes, it will open up so many opportunities for you. Not only will you know what to look for when you need to replace any panels, but you’ll know the exact profile vermin proofing suitable for your needs. Hint: If you take a photo/measurements of your shed and compare it to the data in the Wall & Roof Sheeting Identification Guide below, you’ll identify it much quicker. We have also noted some of the popular ember and vermin seals available for the various sheets. These are not all available seals, just the most commonly used ones that column space allows. Reach out to our team to discuss more if you can’t find what you are looking for. 

Best Sheds


  • Sheeting for roof and walls is corrugated.
  • 0.42BMT in a choice of 5 colours.
  • Smooth Cream, Mountain Blue, Mist Green, Heritage Red & Slate Grey


Custom Orb

  • Used on Roofs and Walls
  • Variations – Ultra, Perforated, Gloss


  • Used on Walls Only
  • 2 Thicknesses

Mini Orb

  • Used on Roofs and Walls
  • Corrugations run Vertically or Horizontally
  • Can be used for Curved and Flat Installations


  • Used for Eaves on Buildings
  • Flat or Curved
  • Flutes run Horizontally or Vertically


  • Can be used for both Roofing and Walling Applications
  • Available in a variety of COLORBOND® steel colours


  • Used for Roofs and Walls
  • Allows Wide Support Spacing
  • Ideal for all Types of Buildings


  • Used for Domestic Buildings
  • Easy to Install Lightweight Walling Profile
  • Wide Range of Colours



  • Features include Deep Ribs, Domed Crest, Anti-Capillary Side Laps
  • Lightweight and Weather Resistance Cladding


  • Low Rib Height
  • Cold Roll Formed Steel Wall Sheeting used for Sheds and Light Industrial Buildings


  • Long Spanning High Strength Roof and Wall Sheet
  • Used for Commercial Roofing and Walling Applications

Mini Corry

  • Small Scale Version of Normal Corrugated Profile
  • Used Only for Walling Applications (Not suitable for roofing)



  • Used for Wall Panelling, Cladding and Short Span Roofing
  • Rib Height 28mm, Large Sheet Coverage 760mm


  • Wall Cladding in Steel Buildings or Sheds
  • Available in Zincalume® and Colorbond®
  • High Tensile Steel in 0.35mm

S-Rib Corrugated

  • Corrugated Roofing and Walling Finish
  • Available in Standard Corrugated or Barrel Rolled, S-Rib™



  • Clad and Roof Industrial Buildings, Homes, Carports or Patios
  • Manufactured from .42mm and .48mm B.M.T. Colorbond® and Zincalume® or Galvanized® Steel.


  • Low Rib Height, Custom Length, High Tensile Steel Wall Cladding Only Profile
  • Manufactured from .35mm and .42 B.M.T. Colorbond® and Zincalume®


  • Roofing and Cladding and Internal Walling, Ceilings and Facades.
  • Corrugated Roofing and Wall Cladding Manufactured from .42mm and .48mm B.M.T. Colorbond® and Zincalume®



  • Manufactured at Titan
  • QDEK Metal Wall or Roof Sheeting
  • In Standard Straight-Cut Lengths

Details not supplied by Titan but is dimensionally similar to Monoclad. Sheet is 830mm wide with 762mm effective cover.
This product is similar to the Monoclad.


  • Manufactured at Titan Garages, Crestmead Qld
  • VDEK metal wall or facia sheeting
  • In standard straight-cut lengths

Details not supplied by Titan but is dimensionally similar to K-Panel. Sheet 890mm wide with 862mm effective cover.
This product is similar to the K-Panel.


CGI Corrugated

  • Roofing, Walling and Fencing Material
  • Available in Long Lengths and a Range of Thicknesses


  • Designed for Wall Cladding Applications
  • Use on Ceilings, Walling, Fascias and Barge Boards
maxirib wall cladding dimensions


  • Used for Domestic Roofing, Walling and Fencing Applications
  • 28mm Rib Height that allows for Long Spans


If you’re still not sure which cladding you have, feel free to send us an email to with the dimensions shown in the image and we will do our best to identify it for you.

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