Metal roofs have been known to hold up very well against the leaks, but the corrugated metal roofs can easily become very vulnerable to moisture penetration. Individual panels are usually attached using the steel nails or even the screws. If the corrugated roof is leaking, it is very much possible nails or even screws get loose. Therefore, it is essential that you educate yourself on how to fix leaks in a corrugated metal roof that gets to be compromised. Individual panels are easily attached to the wood or even the metal trusses with the steel nails or even the screws which can rust and hence cause leaks. Well, you will require a few tools. Some of the Tools You Will Need: safety gloves(you can get more safety gloves info from Everprogloves), bar, and hammer, extension ladder, aluminum screw nails, 1 1/2-inch, wire brush, metal roofing base coat, shear, putty knife, etc. Fixing the leaks usually starts with locating a particular leak depending on the cause. Here is how you fix leaks in a corrugated metal roof: 1. Access roof using an extension ladder. Head on to inspect every row of the nails or even screws by walking on the row instead of between the rows. Latter can easily bend metal panels. 2. Get to pull out any of the nails which are raised up using the nail bar. Drive easily a 1 ½ inch aluminum screw nail where the nail was removed, using the hammer. Drive the screw nail next to the nail where the head is rusted away. The steel screws where heads are rusted away, get to use the cordless drill as well as the screw tip attachment to easily drive 1 inch galvanized steel screw, that is next to screw. 3. Apply the urethane roof cement where the nail or even the screw was installed with the plastic putty knife. 4. Go ahead and inspect caulked seams around the upper edges of the flashing where the pipes or even vent ducts go through a roof. If cracks or even the gaps are noted, get to remove the loose caulking around the seam with a wire brush. Go ahead and apply urethane roof cement well around the upper portion of flashing and onto a base of pipe or duct with the plastic putty knife.