Corrugated Metal Roofing
Corrugated Metal Roofing can be described as metal sheets shaped with a pattern of ridges, normally a u-designed model. The fact of the metal being corrugated provides the sheets better structural strength when compared to their direct competitor, the Flat Panel.
The Corrugated Metal Roofing is built by using a sheet metal spiral, normally made of galvanized steel or aluminum, and using a roll-forming machine to shape them into a set of corrugated sheet models. Usually, corrugated metal sheets are 2-3 feet wide, and they overlay on their outer curved part.
Corrugated Metal Roofing is one of the most affordable options available to this day, and is also relatively cheap to install. In large areas, due to the long metal sheets used, the installation price is even lower. The lower cost plus the goos quality explains why corrugated metal is a popular roofing choice.
The act of corrugating the metal makes these roofs more durable and long-lasting, especially when compared with asphalt roofs. This roof can be painted to be more pleasant to your house or building aesthetic and to reflect the sunlight and keep a large building cooler.
Benefits of Corrugated Metal Roofing
- Long Roof Life Prospect
- Energy Efficiency
- Weather Damage Protection
- Low Maintenance Needs
- Simple and Low-Cost Installation
- Eco-friendly and recyclable.
If you are a homeowner and need a trustworthy company to come do a free inspection, call Palmetto Roofers today at (864) 686-4050 and we’ll come out asap to help.