Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

The 2.67′ x 3/4″ corrugated profile offers a deep groove for a more pronounced corrugated style. This deeper groove offers a stronger overall panel in any gauge thickness, and allow for a larger span. The 3/4″ corrugated is offer in both the galvalume and aluminum materials in standard lengths of 8′,10′, & 12′ long. The typical material thickness offered are either 18-20-22-or-24 gauge. The corrugated with this 2.67″ spacing is very widely used in many roofing applications with it’s deep grooving allows more run off of water, and gives an overall S-Style that has the look many people are after. We can offer this panel in stainless steel, but we would typically stock this in either a plain galvalume material or the aluminum mill finish, with the smooth or stucco-embossed finish. We also spec. this panel with a large number of our perforated & corrugated panel requests. We can also quote this material in a painted finish as well. Please call Corrugated Metal with your inquiry and our knowledgeable staff will more then happy to help you with your order, or material quotation.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

The 2.67′ x 7/8″ corrugated profile offers a deep groove for a more pronounced corrugated style. This deeper groove offers a stronger overall panel in any gauge thickness, and allow for a larger span. The 7/8″ corrugated is offer in both the galvalume and aluminum materials in standard lengths of 8′,10′, & 12′ long. The typical material thickness offered are either 18-20-22-or-24 gauge. The corrugated with this 2.67″ spacing is very widely used in many roofing applications with it’s deep grooving allows more run off of water, and gives an overall S-Style that has the look many people are after. We can offer this panel in stainless steel, but we would typically stock in either a plain galvalume material or the aluminum mill finish, with the smooth or stucco-embossed finish. We also spec. this panel with a large number of our perforated & panel requests. We can also quote this material in a painted finish as well. Please call Corrugated Metal with your inquiry and our knowledgeable staff will more then happy to help you with your order, or material quotation.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

The 4.2 Profile is the preferred choice in many applications where a traditional “corrugated” will work but not look as good, or have the strength of this panel. Not many companies in the country even carry the 4.2 wavy style of corrugated, so look no further since, we also stock this and can make it practically in any material our customers can imagine. Below, are stock sizes, but almost anything can be done in a plain-steel or the standard galvanized. We can also, offer this in a painted version, or stainless steel (both T304 & T316, and in 2-B & #4 finishes), and in aluminum with a mill (smooth) finish, or the Stucco-Embossed (pebble finish). Now offering the 4.2 panel in lengths up to 40′ long. We are also the first offer this in a perforated and corrugated panel which is one the top choices by architects and designers. Please call Corrugated Metal and explore all the possibilities when using the (4.2) Corrugated Roofing/ Siding panel.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

Other finishes will have varying widths, so please inquire as to which width is the standard for each material type. We also have started offering the 2-1/2” x ½” in a corrugated & perforated panel which is very unique, which we can do almost any hole pattern with. The 2-1/2” x ½” corrugated panel profile is certainly the most common and most versatile panel on them market today and can be used in any application you may need. Please call Corrugated Metal (215-860-3600) with any size inquiry, 1-2 sheets or 1,000 to 2,000 sheets and we can ship directly from our stock sheets. Also, inquire about whatever finish or material you may need and our sales staff will more then happy to customize your quote and material to fit your needs.

Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

Corrugated galvanised iron or steel (colloquially corrugated iron (near universal), wriggly tin (taken from UK military slang), pailing (in Caribbean English), corrugated sheet metal (in North America) and occasionally abbreviated CGI) is a building material composed of sheets of hot-dip galvanised mild steel, cold-rolled to produce a linear corrugated pattern in them. The corrugations increase the bending strength of the sheet in the direction perpendicular to the corrugations, but not parallel to them. Normally each sheet is manufactured longer in its strong direction.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

The 4.2 corrugated panel is a high profile, wavy style panel that is used and can be used in almost any roofing, siding, or decorative application. The (4.2) panel groove is similar to the standard 2-1/2″ corrugated and based on the same premise but with bigger more pronounced look. Originally this profile was made in a concrete version and used as an asbestos replacement panel, it is now used in the industry for many others applications where a corrugated look is wanted. The 4.2-Inches denote the distance from one peak to the next peak and has an overall height of 1-1/16″ if were laying flat on the ground, this is deepest “wavy” style of corrugated available anywhere.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

Originally, metal roofs were made of corrugated galvanized steel: a wrought iron–steel sheet was coated with zinc and then roll-formed into corrugated sheets. Another approach is to blend zinc, aluminum, and silicon-coated steel. These products are sold under various trade names like “Zincalume” or “Galvalume”. The surface may display the raw zinc finish, or it may be used as a base metal under factory-coated colors. Another metal roofing product comes in a rolled form of various widths of so-called standing seam metal. The material is “seamed” together using a special seaming tool that is run vertically up the panel to seal the joints and prevent water intrusion.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheets

Once the first sheet is in place, you need to install the remainder of the lowest row of corrugated metal roofing. The sheets should overlap by at least four inches (add a bead of caulk where they overlap) and at the other end of the building, ensure there’s an overhang of two inches. Secure the sheets into place with screws.
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The corrugations are described in terms of pitch (the distance between two crests) and depth (the height from the top of a crest to the bottom of a trough). It is important for the pitch and depth to be quite uniform, in order for the sheets to be easily stackable for transport, and to overlap neatly when joining two sheets. Pitches have ranged from 25 mm (1 inch) to 125 mm (5 inches). It was once common for CGI used for vertical walls to have a shorter pitch and depth than roofing CGI. This shorter pitched material was sometimes called “rippled” instead of “corrugated”. However nowadays, nearly all CGI produced has the same pitch of 3 inches (76 mm).
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Metal tile sheets can also be employed. These are usually painted or stone-coated steel. Stone coated steel roofing panels are made from zinc/aluminium-coated steel with an acrylic gel coating. The stones are usually a natural product with a colored ceramic coating. Stainless steel is another option. It is usually roll-formed into standing seam profiles for roofing; however, individual shingles are also available. Other metals used for roofing are lead, tin and aluminium and copper.
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As you approach the ridge line, you need to carefully place the top row to ensure that the corrugated metal roofing doesn’t extend beyond the ridge on each side. Instead, it should come right up to the ridge so that the tops of the sheets on their side are just about touching.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Scooter from Really nice siding I had already ordered 6 of these 8 foot sheets of corrugated galvanized to be delivered and having read some less than favorable reviews, I wanted to thrust my oar in with this review. Usually I go get my own stuff, but I needed more than I could carry so I forked over for home delivery. You take your chances when you do that, but not only was it next day delivery, these sheets are mirror shiny, and not so much as a dog eared corner, or a scratch. I’m using them to overlay the outside walls on my 8×12 wooden shed. They will be just fine, they are easy to cut with metal shears, I believe they will last a lifetime and I recommend them to anyone who needs to redo the wall of a shed, barn, or anything you can think of at home, both inside and out. I’m a bachelor so I could see using these to cover game room walls, garage man caves, and backsplashes. Date published: 2016-07-27
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Metal roofing can consist of a high percentage of recycled material and is 100% recyclable. It does not get as hot as asphalt, a common roofing material, and it reflects heat away from the building underneath in summertime. On a larger scale, its use reduces the heat island effect of cities when compared to asphalt. Coupled with its better insulating abilities, metal roofs can offer not only a 40% reduction in energy costs in the summer, but also up to a 15% reduction in the energy costs in the winter according to a 2008 Study by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. This finding is based on the use of a strapping system of four inches between the plywood and “cool-color” metal on top, which provides an air gap between the plywood roof and the metal. Cool-color metals are light, reflective colors, like white. The study went on to say that re-sealing and insulating air ducts in the attic will save even more money.