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Corrugated Metal Roofing

Corrugated Metal Roofing
Corrugated metal roofing is growing in popularity as roofing material for residential properties. Read more about it in this DecorDezine article.
Rita Putatunda
Corrugated Metal Roof
Corrugated metal roofing has been in use since ages to cover factories, outhouses, and barns, and it has always been considered merely functional as well as ugly to look at. However, these days, people are looking at those early outhouses and barns with a new mindset and are discovering that they do have a certain aesthetic appeal. Therefore, these roofings are growing in popularity with people finding innovative ways to use it to beautify their homes.

Needless to say, the corrugated metal roofing available these days is nothing like the ones that were used in the past, as they have been modernized to suit modern housing styles. Advancement in technology has made it possible to treat and coat them to prevent wear, tear, and rust, thus making them long-lasting and capable of withstanding the harsh elements. Newer types of materials produced these days make them far more durable as compared to other roofing materials. Some of the options available include aluminum, galvanized steel, metal with naturally oxidized finishing, steel or aluminum with a pre-painted finish, and so on.

What is Corrugated Metal Roofing?

As the name aptly describes it, corrugated metal roofing is made up of alternating parallel ridges and grooves. Each sheet of metal has a wavy pattern akin to corrugated cardboard, serving the same purpose of being strong while remaining relatively lightweight. For instance, if you use a double layer of roofing material made of metal, not only would it weigh double, but would also be doubly costlier in comparison to corrugated metal roofing which provides the same durability and strength without the additional expense.


Heavyweight roofing can put inordinate strain and stress on structures, with the potential of damaging and degrading the supports of the house comparatively faster. These days, with lighter buildings coming up, it has become essential to use lightweight roofing material. Apart from being less stressful for your house, it is also able to withstand the effects of inclement weather far better compared to other types of roofing.

Aside from protecting your home actively against severe weather conditions, this kind of roofing will also reduce your energy bill quite substantially by keeping the heat in during winters. This is mainly because being so lightweight in nature, it permits you to install additional insulation under the metal sheets.

Another great thing about these sheets is that it is able to resist the harshest weather conditions, including tornadoes and hurricanes. It will hold out against almost everything, and rarely does it develop weaknesses or faults, hence it has the potential of keeping on protecting your house for even a lifetime.

So when are you planning to get this for your own house? Corrugated roofing does not show any wear and tear, continuing to look almost as good as new even years later, which makes it a sound and wise investment.
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