Rainwater tanks, shipping containers and roofs commonly use corrugated metal sheets. As a matter of fact, many developing countries, like Australia, continue to appreciate what this steel’s properties can offer.
The corrugated metal’s light, flexible, strong and corrosion-resistant quality provide options for other functions. Even Rainfill Tanks and Curved Roofing Supplies believes that this durable and attractive metal complements a good home design. Learn where and how you can maximise the use of corrugated metal.
A home’s shining armour
Today, many architects are using and repurposing corrugated iron sheets in constructing and designing buildings or homes. Use them to cover walls and ceilings or clad door and staircase panels. For a more rustic appeal, repurpose old corrugated iron sheets and clean them before applying them in your home. Either lay them vertically for a conventional look or horizontally to have a contemporary design.
A dog’s sweet home
Avoid carpentry work and other expensive materials using corrugated iron metal. You can either repurpose old rainwater tanks or create one using corrugated iron sheet, with the assistance of professionals, to mould the sheet into a dog’s house or kennel.
Going green in the greens
This metal is also a chosen material for creating raised garden beds. It provides adequate irrigation or watering system and protects the plants from pests and pets. You can even customise the metal to match your garden’s design.
Aesthetic meets function in the kitchen
A Corrugated iron metal is waterproof, making it an ideal use in the kitchen. Apply it along the panel of the kitchen island and cupboards or use it as a backsplash on the kitchen counter.
Corrugated iron metals provide endless functions for people who seek contemporary, eco-friendly and budget-friendly designs.