Corrugated Metal Roofing

While corrugated metal roofing has established a strong reputation as the roofing material of choice for industrial and commercial properties, it is now gaining popularity for residential use as well.  There are a number of reasons that many builders are opting for corrugated metal roofs in place of the standard shingles, including the durability, ease of installation, and the fact that there are now more attractive corrugated options on the market.  For someone who is thinking about replacing his or her roof, whether the job will be done by a professional or by yourself, corrugated metal roofing is a sound choice.

One of the attractive qualities of this roofing material is the fact that it is lightweight and generally sold in large sheets.  Unlike shingles, which must be attached singly in a time consuming process, sheets of metal roofing can be installed quickly and few people are needed for installation.  As there are fewer seams in the roof, it is generally better and remaining weather proof, even years after it has been installed.  Homeowners love this low maintenance roofing material that will actually cost less in the long term.

Though corrugated metal has always been among the cheapest roofing options, it was widely considered to be among the least attractive as well.  However, everyone from private homeowners to famous architects have begun to install metals roofs on high-end homes in exclusive areas of the country.  As the popularity has increased, so too have the stylistic options.  Much of the corrugated roofing that is currently being sold for use in residential proprieties bears little resemblance to that used on sheds and industrial complexes.  Not only is the material itself inherently different looking, proper installation will eliminate the unattractive overhangs and ill fit that marks many out buildings. 

Corrugated metal roofing is available through a number of local sources in most areas, as well as through online distributors.  It is most often sold in prefabricated sheets that may be cut down to fit your roof's specifications.  In addition to these prefabricated options, there are roofing manufacturer's that allow homeowners to order custom sheets to fit their homes. 

If you are considering trying to self install corrugated metal roofing on your home's roof, there are online guides that outline the installation process, including the materials that one will need and how to estimate the number of metal sheets that will be required.

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