Contrary to many other roofing materials, there is a wide assortment of options when it comes to the magnitude of corrugated metal roofing. There are various lengths, widths and thicknesses available, based upon your needs.
Length and Width
Standard lengths of corrugated roofing are 8, 10 and 12 feet. The width varies greatly, based on the style of roofing. The width is measured simply straight through the surface of the sheet, from edge to edge, to signal the coverage width of this sheet. It does not adhere to the peaks and valleys of this corrugate.The 2 most common widths are 26 and 36 inches. Other normal widths comprise 24 and 39 inches. When calculating coverage utilizing the width and length of corrugated roofing, keep in mind that every piece will need to overlap by a couple of inches.
The other significant measurement for corrugated roof sheets is thickness. This is expressed in gauges, with a lower number indicating a thicker sheet, along with a higher number indicating a thinner one. Standard corrugated roofing metal gauges include 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26 gauge.