Corrugated galvanized iron was invented all the way back in the 1820s. Now you can find corrugated sheets in numerous types of metals. The best ‘type’ for the environment is reclaimed corrugated metal.
Although manufacturing steel is polluting, corrugated metal’s assets make up slightly for that initial harm. Metal sheets or rolls are lightweight, portable, corrosion-resistant, durable, economical, low maintenance, fire and storm resistant, very long-lasting and easy to recycle.
Reuse of corrugated metal in architect Peter Mamacos’ home in South Africa.
Corrugated metal backsplash.
Corrugated Metal Ceiling, Forrest House, Australia.
Photo by: sharyncairns.com.au
Corrugated panels in the kitchen of a home on Long Island.
Corrugated kitchen in South Carolina
by Jane and Michael Frederick.
The corrugated metal siding comes into the house.
Corrugated metal beadboard.
Corrugated metal in a San Francisco bathroom.
Reclaimed corrugated metal bathroom.
Outdoor corrugated metal shower at the Carneros Inn, California.
Outdoor corrugated shower at an Ontario beach home.
Corrugated metal fence, California.
Corrugated tin and reclaimed snowfence siding.
Montana cabin with reclaimed corrugated metal & wood siding.
Artist’s studio with corrugated metal and wood siding.
Corrugated aluminum house directly on the salty, cold, windswept coast of Maine. alexporterdesign.com
Corrugated steel siding.
Partially submerged corrugated metal and green roofed house in Ontario, Canada by Ian Macdonald. ima.ca
Beach-house with corrugated Galvalume metal and cement board siding in Marin County.
Modern farmhouse with corrugated metal siding in Vermont.
Corrugated metal sided cabin.
Metal clad barn in Missouri. The copper skin has a recycled material content of 90 percent.
Corrugated garden beds.
MIT professors discover new environmentally-friendly method of producing steel: natureworldnews.com