A Popular Metal Roofing Option
Corrugated metal roofing is one of the most easily recognizable metal roofing systems, with its wavy panels usually noticed on the roofs of agricultural and industrial buildings. Over the years, this metal roofing system option has become more accepted other commercial buildings as well as residential properties as well, with many versatile options available for style and design, color, panel widths, and thickness.
Benefits of a Corrugated Metal Roof
Corrugated metal roofing is also known for its many benefits. This type of roofing won’t rot, won’t be eaten by termites or other pests, and because these panels are made from galvanized aluminum, which won’t rust, giving corrugated metal roofing an extremely long lifespan of up to 60 years with proper care and maintenance, despite the cost being similar to that of traditional asphalt shingles.
Corrugated metal roofing stands up to winds between 110-150 mph, depending on the supplier’s specific rating. A corrugated metal roof is fire resistant, can take a beating from hail without sustaining serious damage, and is energy-efficient. The heat from the sun doesn’t travel into the building through a corrugated metal roof, so you’ll pay less in energy costs to cool your building. And, the material is environmentally-friendly, because it is a recyclable material.