When laying corrugated metal roofing, you should always place the outermost portions of the panels toward the edges of the roof. The outermost section of the panels should also be placed on the raised regions for the screws or nails. Make sure that the measurement is the same on the top and bottom of the panel. You can also install skylights with corrugated metal roofing. After you have made the measurements, you can proceed to lay the panels on the roof.
Once you have the right measurements, you can begin installing the corrugated roofing. The first step in installing corrugated roofing is to measure the damaged area and structure of the roof. You can also use standard roofing felt for the roof. You can also cut the last metal roof panel to fit the roof space. Then, cut the last panel using a tin snips or a pair of scissors.
The second step is to screw the second row of corrugated panels to the framing. Once you’ve finished installing the first row, you can install the second row of corrugated panels. Make sure to overlap the first panel by six inches, so the shingles will cover the entire surface. Using an angle grinder, drill holes at 6- to 8-inch intervals. When you’re finished, you should install the corrugated ridge cap.
Now, you’re ready to nail the corrugated roofing sheets. Make sure to secure the ridge piece to the roof with nails. If you’ve already attached the edge barge board, nail it down to the purlin at 15cm intervals. Once you’ve installed the edge barge board, you can move on to the other side. Afterwards, you can attach the corrugated roofing sheet to the eaves.
The corrugated panels should be installed on a flat roof, with the ridge cap at the highest point. The panels should be fastened using six-inch screws on each corrugated panel. Remember to overlap the panels by at least six inches to avoid the appearance of the roof. Once the panels are installed, they should be caulked and lined up with the sides of the roof. They should be leveled with the ridge line.
Before installing corrugated roofing, you should measure the height of the ridge line of the roof and the distance between the ridge and the eaves. If the roof is higher, the corrugated roof is taller. For a flat roof, you should measure the height of the eaves and the height of the ridge. Then, you can start fitting the other rows and the ridgeline.