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WallsCorrugated metal is made in panels typically between 24 and 40 inches wide and 8 feet long or longer, making it a great solution for cladding walls. The corrugations, or waves, come in various profiles. A slim profile, meaning the waves are smaller and closer together, would be around 1¼ inches by ¼ inch. A large profile would be in the neighborhood of 2¾ inches by ⅞ inch. The first number indicates the on-center dimension between the waves, while the second is the overall panel height.Steel is the most popular material for new corrugated metal panels. However, some manufacturers, such as Steelogic Metal Systems, offer them in aluminum, copper and Galvalume, a zinc-aluminum alloy with an anticorrosive matte finish.
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Earthy terra cotta and industrial steel are a dual-toned match made in Houzz heaven with this sliding barn door.