Copper is one of the oldest forms of traditional metal roofing, with its distinctive green patina after many years of natural weathering a common feature in the landscape. 
Copper’s natural temper allows it to be formed into even more complex shapes such as domes and spires which make it ideally suited to both modern and historical buildings. Just like zinc, it can also be used in a modern context with standing seam longstrip roofing a great option for the ultimate longevity to any project. 
We understand why some people think that installing a copper roof is too much hassle, but the truth is that the benefits far outweigh the costs. Not only does it look great, but it also lasts for hundreds of years. This makes it perfect for those that want something different, but still want to keep up appearances. 


As well as looking good, copper roofing offers a number of other advantages. 
First of all, it is extremely durable. Known as one of the non-ferrous metals it will never rust. In fact, it will even prevent algae from growing on the surface. It is very energy efficient because metal roofs reflect heat away, making it is a lot easier to control the temperature variations within your property which ultimately keeps you warmer during the winter months and cooler during the summer. 

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If you are interested in finding out what a copper roof can do for your property, contact us today. Our expert team will be happy to help you decide whether or not a copper roof is right for you. 
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