Metal Corrugated Roofing

Metal Corrugated Roofing

Using Corrugated in Interiors Whether you are working on a mountain retreat, a Texas rustic styled ranch home, or a modern living space, interior corrugated panels are increasingly becoming an option for interior designs. Corrugated metal brings a unique texture to a room, and can work well in a variety of applications. Ways to use Corrugated in an Interior Design Depending on the theme of your home, interior corrugated panels are used a wide range of ways. Metal makes a natural complement to wood, stone and other common household materials. Used as a kitchen island surround, corrugated metal makes a good, durable accent. In rustic homes, a popular option is the galvanized wainscot. Interior Metal Finishes Often bare metal corrugated is applied to ceilings paired with wooden beams for a rustic, aged appearance. If ranch style is your choice, bright galvanized accent wall makes a nice touch. Another popular option is the use of rusted corrugated in both mountain and rustic interior designs. Corrugated Panel Systems At Bridger Steel we offer a number of Corrugated Panel Systems. The largest and strongest of these is the 7/8″ Structural Corrugated Panel. Well liked for its bold corrugation and use as a weathering steel siding, it offers the added benefit of being one of our strongest panel systems. The 3/4″ and 1/2″ Corrugated Panel Systems are both extremely diverse in their uses. The 1/2″ uses a more subtle corrugation and is often popular with more contemporary designs, or when used in painted systems. The 3/4″ is a popular choice for darker colors as the shadows of the panel still provide visible depth against the bolder lines. The last, and most popular, interior corrugated metal panel in our product suite is the 1/4″ Corrugated Panel. This panel has been used across the country everywhere from Walt Disney World in Florida to the San Juan Islands in Washington. The tiny corrugations that make so many DIY or Crafters excited, matched with the durability of a panel designed as a building material, are what make this panel so popular. Where most versions of this panel use cheap tin and are easily damaged, the 1/4″ Corrugated offers a stronger solution. Learn more about Interior Metal Designs
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Metal Corrugated Roofing

Product Details Expand All 7/8″ Corrugated Siding Structural Corrugated Steel in a 22 gauge panel. Extremely durable and tested to extreme strains, this panel is among Bridger Steel’s toughest and most popular corrugated roofing panels. 7/8″ Corrugated Product Details 3/4″ Corrugated Siding When you think of a corrugated panel, chances are you are thinking about a 3/4″ design. This panel has been tested for decades across America. Available in both a 26 & 29 gauge thickness, this roofing panel is highly flexible to fit a variety of needs. Learn more about the 26 Gauge Panel Learn more about the 29 Gauge Panel 1/2″ Corrugated Siding Popular due to it’s slightly more subtle corrugation than it’s larger alternatives, the 1/2″ Corrugated is a favorite for accent walls and used as wainscoting. 1/2″ Corrugated Product Details 1/4″ Corrugated Siding The smallest corrugation available with Bridger Steel, this panel is very popular as an interior panel. The 1/4″ corrugation visually creates subtle repeating lines without the noticeable variation of a typical corrugated roofing panel. 1/4″ Corrugated Product Details
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Metal Corrugated Roofing

7/8″ Corrugated Siding Structural Corrugated Steel in a 22 gauge panel. Extremely durable and tested to extreme strains, this panel is among Bridger Steel’s toughest and most popular corrugated roofing panels. 7/8″ Corrugated Product Details 3/4″ Corrugated Siding When you think of a corrugated panel, chances are you are thinking about a 3/4″ design. This panel has been tested for decades across America. Available in both a 26 & 29 gauge thickness, this roofing panel is highly flexible to fit a variety of needs. Learn more about the 26 Gauge Panel Learn more about the 29 Gauge Panel 1/2″ Corrugated Siding Popular due to it’s slightly more subtle corrugation than it’s larger alternatives, the 1/2″ Corrugated is a favorite for accent walls and used as wainscoting. 1/2″ Corrugated Product Details 1/4″ Corrugated Siding The smallest corrugation available with Bridger Steel, this panel is very popular as an interior panel. The 1/4″ corrugation visually creates subtle repeating lines without the noticeable variation of a typical corrugated roofing panel. 1/4″ Corrugated Product Details
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Metal Corrugated Roofing

At Union Corrugating, we supply corrugated metal roofing and corrugated siding panels that are the original metal roofing and siding panels and are a traditional staple in agricultural metal roofing applications. Today, usage of galvanized corrugated metal roofing and corrugated siding panels has expanded beyond its rural roofing heritage, corrugated metal roofing and corrugated siding panels add a traditional look to roofs of many restaurants, retail establishments, and other commercial buildings.

Metal Corrugated Roofing

Over the years corrugated roofing systems have benefited from many aesthetic and “roof integrity” system specific improvements, which now makes it a considerable alternative to conventional asphalt shingle roofs that go into landfills after 15 years of service. Although metal roofing is more expensive than asphalt shingle, corrugated roofing is quite affordable compared to standing seam. There are now, many corrugated roofing systems that can be used for home re-roofing projects. However, keep in mind, that metal roofing systems with exposed fasteners may require re-tightening some every 10 years or so. Also, should you decide to invest in a corrugated roofing system, I recommend that you go with aluminum, or galvalume steel corrugated roof system coated with Kynar 500 coating, not the cheap acrylic paint finish, which will fade quickly.

Metal Corrugated Roofing

Modern corrugated metal panels offer superior corrosion-resistance, energy efficiency, and can provide an economical roofing and cladding solution for commercial, agricultural, industrial, and even residential uses. Corrugated metal panels are usually made from thin-gauge steel, usually a 29 or 26 gauge steel, which makes it economical and practical, when it comes to covering large areas of roofing surfaces. Corrugated metal roofs are more practical and longer lasting than asphalt shingle roofs, and they cost much less than standing seam or metal shingles.
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Metal Corrugated Roofing

Modern, corrugated metal roofing panels are primarily made out of galvanized steel (G-60 low-end, or G-90 better quality) in the form of U, V, Ribbed, 5 V crimp and similar metal panels. — Typically, corrugated metal and R panels are employed as metal roof or wall system comprised of 32 to 36 inches wide corrugated panels held in place by exposed screws / fasteners color-matched to the paint color of the metal panels. Caulking is used at connecting points of overlap in between the panels for water tightness.
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Metal Corrugated Roofing

Corrugated steel panel presented above is LEED certified, inexpensive roofing solution for commercial and industrial uses. It is light weight, provides solar reflectivity, and good thermal emmitance, which will help keep the building cool. The downside of using corrugated and ribbed metal roofing systems such as 5-v crimp panels, R panels, U panels, and V panels, is that most of these systems come with exposed fasteners. For comparison, standing seam metal panels have concealed fasteners, which offers higher degree of weather and water tightness, but standing seam is a significantly pricier option.
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Corrugated roofing panels can be made from aluminum, galvanized steel (G-60, or G-90 steel), galvalume coated steel, and stainless steel. When going for a long lasting economical solution, galvalume steel provides an optimal combination of cost effectiveness and material longevity and reliability. When finished with a Kynar 500 paint finsh, corrugated metal roofing can provide significant energy savings and qualify for LEED building credits issued by the US green building council.
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The last, and most popular, interior corrugated metal panel in our product suite is the 1/4″ Corrugated Panel. This panel has been used across the country everywhere from Walt Disney World in Florida to the San Juan Islands in Washington. The tiny corrugations that make so many DIY or Crafters excited, matched with the durability of a panel designed as a building material, are what make this panel so popular. Where most versions of this panel use cheap tin and are easily damaged, the 1/4″ Corrugated offers a stronger solution.
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Corrugated metal panels can also be made from galvanized, galvalume, stainless steel, and aluminum. Normally, a corrugated metal panel does not have a lot of thickness in terms of metal grade, which makes it quite economical and hence affordable, but it may well require some maintenance every once in a while, including the exposed fasteners re-tightening and potential re-coating applications.
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3/4″ Corrugated Siding When you think of a corrugated panel, chances are you are thinking about a 3/4″ design. This panel has been tested for decades across America. Available in both a 26 & 29 gauge thickness, this roofing panel is highly flexible to fit a variety of needs. Learn more about the 26 Gauge Panel Learn more about the 29 Gauge Panel
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Depending on the theme of your home, interior corrugated panels are used a wide range of ways. Metal makes a natural complement to wood, stone and other common household materials. Used as a kitchen island surround, corrugated metal makes a good, durable accent. In rustic homes, a popular option is the galvanized wainscot.
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Whether you are working on a mountain retreat, a Texas rustic styled ranch home, or a modern living space, interior corrugated panels are increasingly becoming an option for interior designs. Corrugated metal brings a unique texture to a room, and can work well in a variety of applications.