What could be described as the quintessential American panel, corrugated panels have been dotting the landscape of the U.S. for a hundred years. The simple reason behind this is their durability. The natural shape of a corrugated metal panel give it a structural advantadge over a Standing Seam or R Panel of the same base material. Additionally, the consistant corrugation helps hide small imperfections over time from weather or impacts. For these reasons, corrugated metal systems have been used across the country for years.
At Bridger Steel we have four corrugated siding options. The largest is our 7/8" Corrugated, a bold, heavy duty structural corrugated panel able to be used in harsh weather conditions and still provide exceptional visual lines. Tested in 24 gauge, this panel offers a wide range of finishes for applications ranging from modern siding to a 22 gauge corten panel for a lasting weathered look.
We carry a traditional 3/4" Corrugated panel that comes with an anti-siphon groove to help create a moisture barrier and prevent leaks. The 3/4" corrugated siding is widely used in full wall residential applications or commercial sidings.
For subtle corrugated profiles, we offer a 1/2" and 1/4" Corrugated panel that give the corrugated look, but with a more flexible range of paired materials like wood and stone compared to some of our bolder sidings.
As colors go, darker natural colors like Bonderized, Vintage and Rusted A606 Truten or Corten panels are popular options for corrugated siding. Brighter options like galvanized, and specialty prints like our Rawhide Series are also popular siding options.
Selecting the right option for a metal wainscoting should take into consideration what material or surface it needs to compliment or contrast. Often with corrugated wainscoting, the decision comes down to choosing between a bright finish like a galvanized or galvalume, and a darker finish like Vintage or Bonderized. For rustic looks, a rusted corrugated wainscot is also a popular choice.