The average price for Roofing ranges from $10 to over $5,000.
What's the difference between ribbed and corrugated Roofing?
Ribbed metal roofing has flat areas of roof between raised straight lines or ridges called ribs. Corrugated roofing is a made of metal that lays in a zig-zag pattern, like the sides of a heavy cardboard box. In terms of usage, corrugated is generally used for more utilitarian functions. It tends to favor form over function. Water drains well from corrugated roofing. On the other hand, ribbed metal roofing looks more polished. Please keep in mind that ribbed roofing is different from standing seam roofing, although at a glance they look alike. Both corrugated and ribbed panels have exposed screws and fasteners.
What are the differences between 3-inch-wide rib and 5V crimp panels?
In Roofing, you'll find ribbed and crimped panel options. A 3-inch-wide rib panel has a raised ridge with 3 inches of flat space in between, then another rib, and so forth. A 5V panel has five ridges in a row, all shaped like the letter V. Both of these types are different than standing seam panels, which are expensive because the screws that fasten them to the roof are hidden. Ribbed and 5V Roofing panels both have visible fasteners.