Pros and Cons of Corrugated Roofing

Corrugated roofing is a metal sheet rolled in a metal panel form. In this roofing, each fastener is visible on the panel’s surface. Its traditional shape is round and wavy, providing enough flexibility to the roofing. In this article, we shall study its pros and cons.


● Installing a corrugated metal roofing system helps to get rid of the water quickly.
● It is highly durable, meaning it can last for over 100 years. Also, it is not vulnerable to termites and other burrowing insects. These materials are treated with special chemicals to prevent algae growth.
● Corrugated roofing is exceedingly light and less expensive compared to shingled roofs.
● They are tough and can resist adverse weather more than many other materials. If you live in a thunderstorm area, installing corrugated roofing can be highly beneficial. They are more prone to such calamities better than shingled or asphalt-material roofs.
● They are readily available. It means you can find corrugated panels without a problem, which are custom-designed to suit your needs.
● You can easily install corrugated roofing with a concealed fastening system. It’s because corrugated roofing requires less time to install.
● Fewer accessories are required to install this roofing. Thus, you can save plenty of bucks.


● They have exposed fasteners, which creates potential leak points. This roofing can require a thousand fasteners to hold a secure joint.
● Metal corrugated roofing cannot be produced locally, so mining and refining of this roofing can be a disadvantage.
● Such roofing requires frequent inspection. They should be checked annually to prevent any problems from developing further. Also, inspection means that you need the checking of every fastener and tighten them (if required), which could cause leakage problems.

Corrugated roofing is cheaper comparatively, yet you should check out this article before availing of this roofing. For more information, get in touch with us at