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Model 13513

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2-1/2 in. x 8 ft. Corrugated Utility Gauge Galvanized Steel Roof Panel

  • Can be used in a variety of applications
  • Ideal for protection against wind, heat, humidity, & water
  • Made from durable galvanized steel

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The 8 ft. Galvanized Steel Corrugated Roof Panel is an inexpensive option used in a variety of applications on residential, agricultural and industrial buildings. The corrugated panels are generally used on commercial buildings and commonly used on roofs for barns and sheds. These panels are becoming more modern not only for exterior but as well as the interior of homes. These panels can be used for privacy fencing, covered patios, car ports, decor, back splash , slope ceilings as well as and mainly roofing.

  • Galvanized steel gives added durability and can not be easily dented
  • Can be installed over existing shingles eliminating tear off and disposal cost
  • They are ideal for extreme wind, reflects heat, humidity, and sheds water
  • Ul 2218 impact resistance class 4
  • Can be produced in customer requested lengths and comes in a variety of colors
  • Some varities can be used for siding
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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How wide is the sheet? What gauge steel?

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Although the title states 2 1/2 inches, I believe 25 5/8 inches is the correct width.
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The sheets you buy IN the store are 30 gauge and if you are over 150 lbs or so they will dent when walking on them......BUT if you are purchasing a large amount of them (30 or more I would say) you can order them to be cut to your specs in length and you will then get 29 gauge and I am 200 lbs and can walk on them with no problem. Amazing what just one gauge difference can make.
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January 21, 2016
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Utility gauge is 30 - 31 gauge and the panel width is 25 5/8".
Roofing application -21 1/2" coverage, mfr recommends overlap 2 corrugations.
Siding application -24" coverage, mfr recommends 1 corrugation overlap.
Easy to work with very helpful install guidelines available.
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Hello QRice, I have done some further research & have found that the Economy Corrugated UT-Gauge Galvanized Steel Roof Panel to be listed as 30 gauge steel - I have also seen it written up as 29 gauge steel. Hope this helped clear up some questions.
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The width is 25 inches wide. (Standard Width - Geez that's not an answer) As for the guage size I do not know however it is very thin. Good for Siding as another has pointed out but I wouldn't use it for the roofing needs. Hope this clerifies it a bit better for everyone.
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October 21, 2014
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I am not sure of the gauge, but the width is standard.
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Not sure, but it is standard width.
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What gauge is this?

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The sheets you buy IN the store are 30 gauge and if you are over 150 lbs or so they will dent when walking on them......BUT if you are purchasing a large amount of them (30 or more I would say) you can order them to be cut to your specs in length and you will then get 29 gauge and I am 200 lbs and can walk on them with no problem. Amazing what just one gauge difference can make.
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This says Class 4. In speaking with a roofing company, Class 4 is classified as 26 gauge or better.
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Hello Rita & Thank You for a Very Good Question. I did some reading & research and found that the Economy Corrugated UT-Gauge Galvanized Steel Roof Panels are a 30 gauge Sheet. I have also found it to be written up as a 29 gauge too. Hope this helped.
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Not sure, but it was thick enough for our purpose!
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Product too hot to touch for child's playhouse roof?

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Building a playhouse and considering this for the roof - would this get too hot for a pre-schooler to touch?
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Don't let them climb on the roof due to sharp metal edges!
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I don't have children but if I did I would do the roof on your playhouse exactly like I did the roof on my 6 car garage and that is first I put down a particle board sheathing on the roof and then I put down the corrugated galvanized steel roof over that. That way you not only have coolness to the touch on the underside but you also have strength on top to walk on if needed and strength in case of high Read More
I don't have children but if I did I would do the roof on your playhouse exactly like I did the roof on my 6 car garage and that is first I put down a particle board sheathing on the roof and then I put down the corrugated galvanized steel roof over that. That way you not only have coolness to the touch on the underside but you also have strength on top to walk on if needed and strength in case of high winds.
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Hello lnjustin, This would be a great roof for a playhouse & yes it would get to hot in sun for pre-schoolers to touch. I would solve this problem by 1st laying a plywood roof that the Utility panel could attach too. I included a link for what I had used when building my nieces playhouse. Hope this Helped.
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Hello lnjustin, This would be a great roof for a playhouse & yes it would get to hot in sun for pre-schoolers to touch. I would solve this problem by 1st laying a plywood roof that the Utility panel could attach too. I included a link for what I had used when building my nieces playhouse. Hope this Helped.
Link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Utility-Panel-Common-1-8-In-x-4-Ft-x-8-Ft-Actual-0-106-in-x-48-in-x-96-in-833096/100535208 Read Less
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Would this work to lay over existing rusting tin?

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I have a roof over TT and it is rusting. Could this be used to lay over that roof instead of ripping it off and using a more expensive tin? Also, what gauge is it?
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Think of rust as metal cancer. Can you put good metal over "cancerous" metal? The answer is yes, but unless you want the cancer to spread you must take some steps.The easiest I know of is a primer that turns the rust into a primer. I forget the name of it but if you do a search you should find it on the net I have used it in the past and I know that some auto body folks that use it. It changes the Read More
Think of rust as metal cancer. Can you put good metal over "cancerous" metal? The answer is yes, but unless you want the cancer to spread you must take some steps.The easiest I know of is a primer that turns the rust into a primer. I forget the name of it but if you do a search you should find it on the net I have used it in the past and I know that some auto body folks that use it. It changes the oxidized metal at a molecular level and kills the rust. Read Less
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My opinion on this is you could but I would lay down a moisture barrier between the two first and my reasoning for this is after many many years working on automobiles I have found that rust has a tendancy to create more rust when next to good metal......Just my opinion.
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Hello Pj these are 2 really good questions. I have done some research & reading & have found that the UT (Utility Gauge) Corrugated UT-Gauge Galvanized Steel Roof Panel in the economy corrugated panels are typically 30 gauge. Some might even find 29 gauge results too. Now as for laying over rusting tin I would advise on some prep work before doing so.
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Hello Pj these are 2 really good questions. I have done some research & reading & have found that the UT (Utility Gauge) Corrugated UT-Gauge Galvanized Steel Roof Panel in the economy corrugated panels are typically 30 gauge. Some might even find 29 gauge results too. Now as for laying over rusting tin I would advise on some prep work before doing so.
I would wash all the New panels with a Vinegar Wash (1 Cup to a gallon) & a stiff bristle brush & then rinse & let dry. Afterwards I would paint with a good Latex or Oil Based Barn Paint before laying them down upon currently rusting panels. Or you could use Grace Tri-Flex 48 in. x 250 ft. Synthetic Roll Roofing Underlayment over the old roof & tape down then place the New UT Panels on that & anchor down. Here is the link for the Grace Tri-Flex. The reason is to keep the chemical breakdown (Rusting) from spreading to the New Panels
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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Grace-Tri-Flex-48-in-x-250-ft-Synthetic-Roll-Roofing-Underlayment-5008025/202288626
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love it so far! We are replacing a chain link fence with this corrugated utility gauge roof panel. Was easy to cut and was very sturdy when screwed to the wood. I love it so far. April 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really nice siding I had already ordered 6 of these 8 foot sheets of corrugated galvanized to be delivered and having read some less than favorable reviews, I wanted to thrust my oar in with this review. Usually I go get my own stuff, but I needed more than I could carry so I forked over for home delivery. You take your chances when you do that, but not only was it next day delivery, these sheets are mirror shiny, and not so much as a dog eared corner, or a scratch. I'm using them to overlay the outside walls on my 8x12 wooden shed. They will be just fine, they are easy to cut with metal shears, I believe they will last a lifetime and I recommend them to anyone who needs to redo the wall of a shed, barn, or anything you can think of at home, both inside and out. I'm a bachelor so I could see using these to cover game room walls, garage man caves, and backsplashes. July 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product and excellent price ........... Just finished an 18 foot X 20 foot barn. I used this product because of my budget. The tin worked great once I learned how to work with it. It's thin......... you will fall through it if not careful. What I did was place two 1 X 10 boards on the tin once I had enough up to rest the boards on. You can then stand on the boards and not damage the tin......... weight distribution. I love the look and ease of working with it, however, you need to understand it is thin tin. Must handle with care. Once it's up, no problem, no leaking. I save over $350 over the next available tin. August 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good buy After exploring the cost of this corrugated roofing, Home Depot offered the best price and in store pick up. We were able to complete our chicken coop without a problem! October 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent product These panels are pretty thin and dent somewhat easily, but the weight and size make them easy to handle and install. Also, theyre a tad overpriced when compared with other more substantial metal roofing. I used them for some shed siding and they went up effortlessly and look great. I might think twice before using them for roofing or for something more substantial, but for quick and easy siding, this did the trick. July 2, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not sure how to rate it It is light weight. It's light enough that a good pair of scissors will cut it. Some people may think you can read a paper through it, but I'm not sure. Maybe if the print was big and bold? But, I guess it is what it says it is, just not much of it. One good thing about the light weight is that an average man can probably carry 40 sheets or so at once. I would recommend good support underneath - like maybe 3/4" plywood. Good luck. December 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by easyto work with, made a great shed great for dyi projects, easy to cut and handel by your self February 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Thin & Rust installed this on an an existing roof of a shed little over a year ago. it has rusted though and has to be replaced. maybe a good product for something, just not roof material. January 19, 2015
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