Galvanized Corrugated Metal Roofing
Galvanized Corrugated Metal is a plain carbon steel sheet coated in a galvanizing process that applies a barrier of zinc to insulate it from the elements. Most of the corrugated roofing and siding products seen today and for many years past are made with a galvanized finish. Galvanized corrugated steel has been the choice for years and has a reputation as a rugged product that can and will last for unlimited time on a structure. A normal steel sheet will rust almost immediately, but galvanizing will protect the steel. This galvanized, eltro-coated, hot-dipped process produces a silvery look or spangled finish. As a standard, several of our industrial metal siding, metal roofing, metal decking, corrugated metal panels and accessories are made in galvanized steel. The galvanized sheets are coated on both sides, with a layer of zinc protecting the metal – prepared for heavy weather and capable of taking a heavy pounding. Galvanized corrugated metal roofing is a durable and functional choice.
The Galvanized Gorrugated Metal Finish
As with almost any product the finish of the galvanized metal finish will change over time. After a period of time, the surface will appear to have a white oxide look. When this happens the material is actually protecting itself from further damage. We stock and sell several corrugated and decking panels in either a (G-60) or (G-90) level of galvanizing. IF there is a product you see on our site that is not offered in the galvanized finish, please inquire as almost any panel profile can be made in the galvanized finish. Our most popular galvanized sheet, would be the (2-1/2" x ½") corrugated we offer, or the very common B-Deck Panel, which are both inexpensive panels that can be applied in any application.