Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels - ExcelitePlas
Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels in Melbourne
Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels - ExcelitePlas
polycarbonate sheets for greenhouse
Gable roof Greenhouse
Poly tunnel greenhouse
A Frame Greenhouse
Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels - ExcelitePlas
Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels - ExcelitePlas


Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels

Sale price$45.00 AUD

Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels

If you're in search of polycarbonate greenhouse panels, you've landed in the right spot. Excelite Plastic provides twinwall polycarbonate sheet, flat polycarbonate rolls, polycarbonate embossed and corrugated sheet for greenhouse panels solutions. Whether constructing or repairing a conservatory greenhouse, you'll find suitable roofing sheets right here.

Greenhouse, also known as hot house, glass house, building designed for the protection of tender or out-of-season plants against cold or heat. A hub where vegetation thrives under controlled conditions. A beautiful greenhouse is not only useful but can also make a real statement in your garden.

Backyard greenhouses use clear roofs, insulated walls, and polycarbonate panels to control sunlight, temperature, and watering. They They cater to both DIY hobbyists and commercial greenhouses.

Greenhouse structure Ideas

Gable roof Greenhouse

A gable roof greenhouse is a greenhouse with a gable-shaped roof, often found in homes. The roof of greenhouse has two sloping sides. They meet at the top to form a ridge. This creates a triangular wall at each end.

This design helps water flow and gives more space and air than other DIY greenhouse roofs. The steep slopes of the gable roof also allow for efficient shedding of snow in colder climates. Gable roof conservatory are popular for their simplicity in construction and it's suitable for Melbourne climates and plant needs.

Gable roof greenhouse

A Frame Greenhouse

A-frame greenhouse is a type of greenhouse structure look like 'A' shape. This design has a triangular shape with steeply angled roof sections meeting at a central ridge. Backyard greenhouse at this design is very stable and strong, and it removes snow and water well because of the steep roof.

A frame Greenhouse

Poly tunnel greenhouse

A polytunnel greenhouse is a type of greenhouse made by bending flexible materials like PVC over hoops or arches. People typically make it from metal or plastic and also know it as a hoop house. These structures are usually round or semi-circular.

People often use PVC for tunnel greenhouses, but they can use Polycarbonate sheets for arched roof greenhouses. This polycarbonate roofing material offers flexibility and can be bent to suit the structure's design. Moreover, it's durable, boasting a lifespan of over a decade outdoors. Its strength surpasses that of PVC, ensuring robust and long-lasting greenhouse coverings.

Polycarbonate greenhouse

Polytunnel greenhouses are popular for their simplicity and cost-effectiveness. A larger growing area is offered and they are often used in agriculture, nurseries, and by home gardeners. The design allows for good light transmission and temperature control, fostering an environment ideal for plant growth. Setting up, maintaining, and moving or extending these structures is easy, making them versatile for various crop needs.

Dome greenhouse

A polycarbonate igloo dome is a shelter made of polycarbonate material, shaped like an igloo or dome. These structures have polycarbonate panels, which are durable and transparent, forming the curved or spherical shape of an igloo.

Igloo dome

This design is special and looks nice for growing plants or making enclosed spaces. The material used is a strong polycarbonate sheet. It is resistant to impact and allows light to pass through well. Additionally, it provides a 360-degree view.

These igloo domes are often used for purposes like greenhouses, garden shelters, outdoor dining areas, or outdoor spaces. This is because of their eye-catching shape and clear material.

Arch roofing

An arch roofing greenhouse has a curved roof go across the width of the hot house. These arches provide the primary support for the roof and create a curved or rounded profile. The design helps snow and water to easily fall off and provides more space inside compared to other greenhouse roofs.

The curved shape makes the structure strong and stable, while also letting in light for plants to grow well. Farmers, gardeners, and horticulturists widely use arch roofing greenhouses for controlled growing conditions. Twin wall polycarbonate roofing and flat polycarbonate both can use for this style.

Polycarbonate Arch roof greenhouse

Mini greenhouse

A small greenhouse is a small, portable structure made to create a controlled environment for growing plants on a smaller scale. These portable greenhouses come in various forms, such as small freestanding units or even collapsible designs.

Small Greenhouses use clear twin wall polycarbonate panels to let sunlight in and keep heat inside, make a cozy place for plants. Mini greenhouses are small and people can use them on balconies, patios, or in small outdoor areas. They help people grow plants for longer, protect fragile plants, and start seedlings before moving them to a bigger garden.

Credit: Sproutwell Greenhouses

Portable greenhouse

A portable greenhouse made of mesh and light metal frame, they are light in weight, easy to assemble and disassemble, allowing for quick setup or relocation.

Portable greenhouses protect plants, extend the growing season, and suit smaller spaces or temporary gardening needs.

Portable greenhouse

Lean to Greenhouse

A lean-to greenhouse is built against a house or garage, sharing one wall for support. It extends out at a curved Polycarbonate wall or a slope, making the most of space and allowing easy access from the main building.

These walk in greenhouses are space efficiency, connect with existing structures, providing an ideal environment for growing plants. This lean-to hothouse Save building material as well.

Credit: DBG Classics


Wooden frame greenhouse

A wooden frame greenhouse using wood and the main structure, sometimes combine with net. This natural material provides a sturdy and often aesthetically pleasing foundation for the greenhouse. Wooden frame greenhouses are popular for their durability, insulation properties. They offer a traditional and charming look while creating a conducive environment for plant growth.

Wooden frame greenhouse

Steel frame greenhouse

Plant house made of steel frame has a sturdy and rust-proof galvanised steel frame for extra stability. The greenhouse is easy to assemble. Please note the roof of our greenhouse cannot withstand heavy snowfall.

Steel offers exceptional strength and durability, making it a popular choice for larger or more industrial-scale greenhouse constructions. It provides stability and resilience, ensuring a long-lasting and robust framework for the greenhouse. Steel frame greenhouses are often used in commercial greenhouse because it withstand harsh weather and support larger expanses.


Greenhouse kit

A greenhouse kit is a pre-packaged Kit, including frames, twin wall poly carbonate, and accessories. These kits come with instructions for easy installation, catering to both amateur and experienced gardeners. They are convenient, saving time and effort for you in planning and sourcing materials. Greenhouse kits come in various sizes and designs, offering options for different gardening needs and spaces.

The quality of greenhouse kits varies, and some greenhouse kits can't withstand Melbourne's severe weather conditions.

Material for Greenhouse panels

  1. Glass: Glasshouse is traditional and provides excellent light transmission, but it's heavy and can be fragile.
  2. Polycarbonate: Lightweight, durable, and offers good insulation and UV protection. It's available in different thicknesses and can be clear or tinted.
  3. Acrylic: Similar to glass but lighter and more impact-resistant, but not suitable for outdoor application.
  4. Fiberglass: Lightweight, durable, and offers decent light transmission, but it can discolor over time.
  5. PVC film: It's the most inexpensive option, but can't last long time.

It make polycarbonate sheet is the best solution for Greenhouse panels.

In Excelite we offer the following options for your greenhouse

1, Twin wall polycarbonate sheet

Flat, solid, rigid, and lightweight, with excellent heat insulation. It's a top choice for greenhouse panels. However, it lacks the glass-like appearance and isn't as robust as flat polycarbonate sheeting.

Transporting certain sizes may pose challenges, especially in regional areas of Australia.


Additional accessories like Aluminium joiners, end enclosures, and polycarbonate sealing tape can increase the overall cost. Ideal for gable roof greenhouses, and available online or at stores like Bunnings.

2, Flat Polycarbonate sheet roll

Flat polycarbonate sheet serves as an excellent alternative for those seeking a glass greenhouse. The panels offer clarity as glass but being much stronger and half the weight, making them easier to handle. This kind of plastic roofing sheets provide maximum natural light for plants and ensure excellent visibility. They have a longer lifespan compared to twin polycarbonate sheet.

Width: 600mm, 700mm, 800mm, 1000mm, 1220mm

Length: 30m/Roll or cut to your length

Thickness: 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 6mm

3, Polycarbonate embossed and corrugated sheet Roll


Polycarbonate embossed and corrugated sheet rolls are one of the best material for greenhouse roof. The textured surface diffuses light effectively to protect your plant, while the corrugated design enhances rigidity and simplifies installation.


  • Installation friendly: overlap the sheet edges and screw them into the frame, no need for extra accessories.
  • Easy to transport: Come in a roll —easy to cut to any desired length and convenient for transportation.
  • Budge friendly: Cut to size without wastage and requires no additional accessories, making it a budget-friendly greenhouse choice.
  • Flexibility: One of the best option for arch roof or tunnel greenhouses, providing superior strength compared to PVC film.


Shipping & Returns

Shipping: We offer same day shipping for Melbourne metro areas and 1-4 business days delivery for everywhere else in Australia.

Returns: Enjoy 30-day returns on all our standard products. However, please note that we don't accept change-of-mind returns for cut-to-size items.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping: We offer same day shipping for Melbourne metro areas and 1-4 business days delivery for everywhere else in Australia.

Returns: Enjoy 30-day returns on all our standard products. However, please note that we don't accept change-of-mind returns for cut-to-size items.


We're proud to offer a 10-year warranty on our polycarbonate sheets. We know you want a product that lasts, and with our warranty, you can have confidence in the quality of our sheets.


We're proud to offer a 10-year warranty on our polycarbonate sheets. We know you want a product that lasts, and with our warranty, you can have confidence in the quality of our sheets.

Contact Us

Give us a call at 0452 396 680.

Alternatively, reach out to us via our Contact Us page where you can fill out a form, and we'll get back to you within 1 working day.

Contact Us

Give us a call at 0452 396 680.

Alternatively, reach out to us via our Contact Us page where you can fill out a form, and we'll get back to you within 1 working day.

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Whether you're working on a small DIY project or a commercial project, we're proud to offer cut-to-size sheets here in the heart of Melbourne.

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Same Day Delivery

For orders placed before 2pm, we're proud to offer same day delivery within Melbourne Metro.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Shipping & Returns

We offer same-day shipping for Melbourne metro areas and 1-4 business days delivery for everywhere else in Australia.

Due to limitations in product measurements, certain items may not be eligible for shipping to regional areas. Kindly reach out to us before placing your order to confirm shipping feasibility.

If you accidentally select the wrong color polycarbonate sheet or plastic roofing sheet size, you have the option to return or exchange the item at no cost, provided the goods are undamaged and have the protective film intact. In the event of any damage or sizing errors resulting from our work, we will promptly replace the item free of charge.

The polycarbonate sheets are carefully packaged to ensure they arrive in perfect condition. Sheets are protected with wrapping or other cushioning materials to minimise any damage during transit.

General questions of polycarbonate sheeting

Polycarbonate sheeting is extremely strong and nearly unbreakable, making it suitable for applications like police shields, awnings, sunroom roofing, and greenhouses. These panels are resistant to various weather conditions and maintain their appearance for many years.

Polycarbonate sheets can be easily cut using a circular saw or a jigsaw. Circular saws are best for cutting larger lengths, while jigsaws require careful handling to ensure proper cuts.

Please be aware that a suitable blade is required for cutting. We recommend using a 60 teeth fine blade for optimal results.

Yes, polycarbonate roofing can yellow over time due to exposure to UV light, environmental factors, and aging. UV radiation from sunlight is a common cause of yellowing in polycarbonate Roofing. To minimise yellowing, All Excelite polycarbonate products with UV-resistant coatings or to apply UV protectants.

Polycarbonate sheets require minimal maintenance. Gentle cleaning with warm soapy water and a soft cloth is typically sufficient. Avoid abrasive cleaners, brushes, or pressure washing, as these may damage the UV-resistant coating or scratch the sheets

Selecting the right pergola roofing involves considering factors such as your budget, preferred design, frame style, and color preferences. It's crucial to engage in discussions with a pergola roofing supplier before initiating the construction of your frame.

Polycarbonate Roofing

Although polycarbonate sheets are tough and durable, they should not be walked on. They can withstand many impacts, but might dent or scratch under the weight of a person. Additionally, their surfaces are slippery because it's smooth, posing a risk of slipping and injury.

Polycarbonate Corrugated sheet and twin wall polycarbonate sheets are typically the least expensive varieties. Despite the lower price, these sheets can endure Australia's harsh weather conditions, but selecting the wrong type may lead to more expenses in the long term.

Pergolas & Greenhouses

Excelite's popular glass-look polycarbonate flat roofing is an excellent choice for a pergola roof. It is easy to install, low-maintenance, and watertight, making it a great alternative to glass.

A pergola enclosure with a glass-like appearance, use a 4-6mm thick solid polycarbonate sheet. Alternatively, use twin-wall polycarbonate panels for a more affordable, yet less transparent option.

Twin wall polycarbonate is ideal for greenhouse construction due to its insulating properties and minimal framing requirements. Excelite Corrugated and embossed polycarbonate sheets are another excellent flexible option for greenhouse materials, especially for curved roofing or tunnel greenhouses.

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