Corrugate Roofing and Cladding System

Product Description

Corrugate remains an ageless icon, and as a cost-competitive and trend setting roofing and cladding material continues to gain in popularity. Corrugate offers a stylish alternative to today’s building designers and homeowners alike, allowing creative flair and individuality during the design process.

Roofing Industries Corrugate is a classic corrugated profile roofing and cladding material, available in a wide range of metal substrates and surface finishes including galvanised, Zincalume, Aluminium-zinc-magnesium, Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Colorcote and Colorsteel (.40mm BMT and .55 mm BMT) or aluminium (.70 mm BMT and .90 mm BMT).

Corrugate is a roof and wall cladding for non-specifically designed timber-framed buildings designed and constructed in accordance with B1/AS1, NZS 3604 and E2/AS1, non-specifically designed steel-framed buildings to NASH 3405, and specifically designed buildings in accordance with B1/VM1 and AS/NZS 1170.

When used as a roof cladding:

  • Corrugate may be used with a minimum roof gradient of 8 degrees

When used as a wall cladding:

  • Corrugate may be fixed vertically directly to wall framing where the Risk Score is 0-20
  • When fixed horizontally, Corrugate must be fixed over a nominal 20mm drained cavity where the Risk Score is 0-20. ·         
  • A specific design is required where the Risk Score is greater than 20,


  • Residential roofing & wall cladding
  • Rural and lifestyle roofing & wall cladding
  • Commercial roofing & wall cladding
  • Drape/spring curving
  • Bull nosing
  • Horizontal cladding
  • Ceilings and linings
  • Acoustic ceiling linings
  • Fencing
  • Corrugate is also available in glass reinforced translucent roofing
  • A full range of matching accessories is available including ridging, flashings, underlays, fasteners and rainwater systems

Roofing Industries Coil Suppliers are:

Roofing Industries Translucent Supplier is: