What is the difference between corrugated metal roofing and standing seam?

Corrugated metal roofing is a type of metal roofing that has a ribbed or corrugated design. The ribs are usually formed by bending the sheet of metal into a curve and then back on itself, creating a ribbed pattern. Standing seam is another type of metal roofing that has no visible seams. Instead, it’s folded like an accordion and welded together so that you can’t see any seams from the outside.

Corrugated metal roofing is lighter and more flexible than standing seam, so it’s easier to install and much less expensive. If you’re looking for a roof that will last the test of time, corrugated metal is the way to go.