Corrugated metal roofing is commonly used for commercial, agricultural and industrial purposes, but it is also becoming increasingly popular as a form of residential roofing due to its life expectancy and corrosion protection.
Corrugated roofing consists of rippled metal sheets that are especially useful on a slope where water needs to be removed quickly. The galvanising of corrugated metal sheet protects against corrosion in the air and water, making it one of the most durable and long lasting roofing materials available.
The expected lifespan of corrugated roofing extends 50 plus years as it can withstand hailstorms, heat, heavy rain and even hurricanes. In areas of Australia with harsh climates, these materials provide stability and peace of mind as they contract and relax with heat exposure.
Corrugated aluminium sheet is non-combustible, fire resistant and made from completely recyclable materials. It is also the safest roofing option for areas that are prone to lightning strikes.
Resistant to termites and algae, corrugated roofs don’t rust, fade away or break down over time. However, the most impressive property of corrugated roofing is its lightweight and flexible nature, meaning it is easy to install and can be moulded to suit your design requirements.