Corrugated metal garage walls – Starting with measure the wall of corrugated metal panels installed. Panels in 26- or 27 half-inch width, depending on the size of the corrugation, and 8-, 10-, 12- or 16-foot lengths. Measure the wall framing where the panels will be attached. Panels are designed to be attached to stage 24-inch. Decide if you want corrugations be horizontal or vertical.
Start at the side and bottom of a wall; through the wall framing, hold the panel and fasten the panel with galvanized sheet metal screws. Put the screws in the bottom, hold the panel firmly in place and put the screws to the top to secure it. Then screw in the wall framing was ten until twelve inches. Next piece panel of a corrugated metal garage walls ridge and valley. The piece from top to bottom.
Patch panels length of at least 4 inches on installation horizontally or vertically. Cover the wall entirely, cut the panels as needed to fit with tin snips or a hacksaw. End corrugated metal garage walls by installing the sheet flashing at the top. To prevent water from entering behind the metal panel bent at an angle. Where two metal walls meet, turning in metal corners to join them.