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Corrugated roofing is a widely available and easy to install roofing system. Corrugated sheet roofing refers to metal sheets that have been rolled to achieve a corrugated or wavy pattern. Corrugation increases the strength of the metal, creating a lightweight and sturdy roofing material. Corrugated roofing was typically seen in rural areas, but its popularity has expanded well beyond its country roots. Corrugated metal roofing is often found today on many restaurants, retail, and commercial spaces.

Corrugated roofing can have numerous benefits to your commercial or home improvement project. It’s inexpensive enough to be used as temporary roofing or cladding, it’s is resilient against corrosion, and is resistant to rust, rot, and the elements. For residential living, corrugated roofing can cause a few problems though. The metal used is very thin and can be very noisy during extreme weather conditions.

Corrugated roofing can be made from several building materials, not just metals like galvanized steel or iron. Corrugated sheet roofing can be made from plastic (PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride) or fiberglass. Corrugated fiberglass roofing can be translucent, adding natural lighting to any home or business. Corrugated tiles have even proven to add a certain aesthetic flair to home improvement projects.

Corrugated roofing can be considered a part of America’s history. So much so that some manufacturers make Rusty Corrugated Metal. A rusty roof treatment can give your project the look of a mining town in the old west. Rusty Corrugated Metal roofing is new steel designed to look 100 years old. These roofs rust at an accelerated rate and some roofing contractors argue that they don’t have the lifespan of other metal roofings.

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