If you’re looking for a DIY glazing bar that can hold any width of polycarbonate sheeting, Clear Amber’s Snapa will get the job done. Made of PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, a tough and resilient plastic. Snapa’s snap-fix connection will allow it to be adjusted quickly and installed almost effortlessly. Combined with its remarkable cost effectiveness Snapa is a must have for DIYers looking to install polycarbonate sheeting.
The Snapa End Cap will seal off your glazing bars from water and dust. It installs easily with a single screw yet can accommodate all the different widths that the Snapa bars can. In addition, it works fantastically in co-ordination with the ALUKAP-XR Endstop Bar to heavily reduce the chance of glazing slipping.
Clear Amber Group is a firm that specialises in roofing extrusions made with plastic and aluminum. Having produced these for 20 years, Clear Amber are extremely experienced and the results are top-grade.Their product lines include the ALUKAP®-SS and ALUKAP®-XR line of glazing beams, as well as AXGARD® glazing sheets. On top of all of this, Clear Amber produces the AXIOME® multi-wall and Corrapol® corrugated roofing sheets. These are high-tech, cutting-edge roofing and glazing solutions. In addition, Clear Amber offer more specialist options like the fireproof roofing ALUPAVE® and the hygienic cladding HYGICLAD®. Some of Clear Amber Group’s products use the RAL Colour grading system, allowing you to find the perfect shade that suits your house or building. When it comes to plastic and aluminium roofing extrusions, there’s no beating Clear Amber.
Snapa is Clear Amber’s lightweight and cost-effective glazing bar solution. Designed to securely hold Axiome, Snapa uses adjustable snap-fit bars that can handle any Axiome width. Snapa is made of durable PVC plastic in order to handle exterior conditions. Don’t think that just because it’s a relatively budget option that Snapa cuts corners however. It contains the full battery of support products such as endcaps and a reinforced aluminium Super Ridge. Snapa is ideal for making lean-tos without becoming prohibitively expensive. However, it can also be used to help make other garden features, like arbors. If you’re a budding DIYer looking for an early project, Snapa is very suited to your needs.