Using Corrugated Metals as a Roofing Option
What could be described as the most traditional and classic American metal panel, corrugated metal roofing sheets have been dotting the landscape of the U.S. for a hundred years. The simple reason behind this is corrugated roof panel's durability and structural stability. The natural shape of a corrugated metal panel gives it a structural advantage when compared to a Standing Seam or R Panel of the same base material.
Corrugated metal roof panels can also be adapted to fit either a modern or traditional look, depending on the desired look. The ability to fit into any style home makes these corrugated metal roofing sheets highly sought after. The flexibility and adaptability of corrugated metal makes it easy to work with a desirable for many homeowners, builders, and architects.
Additionally, the consistent corrugation patterns help to hide small imperfections that can occur over time from weather or other types of impacts. Corrugated metal roofing sheets can also be installed quickly because they use an exposed fastener system, which also helps to cut costs.
For these reasons, plus its high-performing abilities, corrugated metal roofing systems have been used across the country for years. This panel will continue to be used as roofing metal sheets for decades to come.
In more recent years, corrugated metal roofs have become a favorite of builders and architects due to their consistent lines and flexibility to fit into any design taste. Used in combination with flat materials, corrugated metal roofing sheets are now showing up in modern mountain designs, and even in urban settings.
Corrugated roofing being used as an accent roof is also another popular choice continuing to trend upwards. A corrugated accent roof adds another element to an otherwise dull asphalt or shake roof, and adds a pop of elegance. The possibilities are endless when it comes to incorporating corrugated metal into your home's exterior.
At Bridger Steel, we have four Corrugated roofing panel options.
The largest corrugated roofing panel is our 7/8" Structural Corrugated, a heavy-duty 22 Gauge panel that works well as a weathering steel metal roofing option. A unique corrugated metal roofing sheet option, the 7/8" Corrugated panel is also available in radiused options.
We carry a Traditional 3/4" Corrugated Roof Panels that comes with an anti-siphon groove to help create a moisture barrier and prevent leaks. These corrugated metal roofing sheets are available both in a premium selection of metal colors, or an affordably priced 29 Gauge corrugated roofing option with a standard color selection.
For more subtle profiles, we offer 1/2" and 1/4" Corrugated roof panels that work well for smaller accent roofs, but are not recommended as full corrugated roofing options.
As colors go, Bonderized, Vintage and Rusted Truten™️ A606 or Corten Panels are among just some of the most popular options for corrugated metal roofs. Often, people are looking for an aged look or a dark finish. Each of these roofing metal sheets options work well for those corrugated roofing needs.
The rusted corrugated metal roof can be found in Texas Rustic, Modern Mountain, or Ranch styled residential designs. Truten™️ A606 was designed to patina faster in order to help better protect the base layer of metal.
Combining corrugated metal roofing sheets with the gorgeous, one-of-a-kind weathering steel finish creates a unique look that is unmatched. The classic feel of corrugated roof panels and the slow, weathering process of the Truten A606 finish helps homeowners, builders and architects create a traditional, rustic looking corrugated metal roof.