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A Little Corrugated Roofing History

Corrugated roofing, or more precisely galvanized steel, has been around for centuries, and techniques aimed at improving its qualities have been developed since the 1840ís. For example, although iron and steel are relatively strong and cheap, they are prone to corrosion in air and water. The galvanizing of corrugated roofing provides an extra layer of zinc-alloy protection against this, and also strengthens it in the process. With new and improved galvanizing and pressing methods, sheet corrugated roofing has become a durable, lightweight, and economical roofing choice.

Corrugated Roof Applications and Use

Corrugated roofing is more commonly seen in industrial, commercial, and architectural applications. However, because corrugated roofing material is most commonly bought in sheets - which come in many sizes, shapes, and colors - you can tailor it to suit a wide range of appearances. Corrugated roofing is manufactured in a variety of thicknesses, strengths, and in several different weights of zinc coating. Make sure you enquire with a Roof 101 professional before purchasing corrugated roofingĖ each design is suited to different roofing requirements and needs.

Corrugated Roofing Maintenance Requirements

Corrugated roofing does require regular maintenance, however doing so can ensure your corrugated roof will last its potential lifetime guarantee. Anything that falls onto the roof, such as twigs, stones, branches, and seed pods, can lead to accelerated deterioration of the Zinc coating. Therefore, more than anything else, this means keeping the corrugated roof clean. Also, regular inspections to check whether the corrugated roofing is well nailed down is very important, as high wind and rain can dislodge unstable sheeting. Our contractors offer comprehensive inspection, cleaning, and maintenance services for all commercial and residential corrugated roofing applications. If you havenít serviced your corrugated roof within the last three months, itís probably time to get in touch with us.



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