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Anyone who invests in a new Copper Roof (for an existing structure or a new build) will not only be adding a statement with its characteristic Architectural look but also reap its good value due to the longevity of the material. Yes, you can be assured that this roofing method is likely to last for years to come because Copper is one of the most durable materials on the market.

But before you go full steam ahead, installing your new gorgeous addition, here are some tips on how to take the best approach.

Seek a professional and experienced Roofer!

A professional roofer who is experienced with Metal Roof installations is by far the best approach to take. Copper will last a lifetime when prepared and installed correctly but there some things to consider, and only a Copper Roofer with the know-how will really understand.

Knowing which materials Copper will mix well with is critical because some types of material react with Copper and you certainly do not want a problem on your hands later on! Mistakes made during the installation process also can cost you big-time and indeed will not offer any long-life span to your Roof.

Here at C&S Roofing we know everything there is to know about Copper roofs. Our team of highly skilled roofers has years of experience and is specialised in the installation of copper roofing.


Copper Roof installation is an efficient roofing solution. The initial cost of the job may be a bit pricier, but the long-term benefits make it highly worthwhile. You can go all out with Copper Designs or keep the project fairly basic. Copper will fit almost all types of structural building hence why we see them on modern commercial buildings, historic structures, and luxury homes quite often. Not only do they enhance the building from an artistic perspective but also the longevity enables a more cost-effective design method.

However, the only way to fully determine a long-lasting Design is to hire the right company for the job. Even the best roofing materials will fail when badly installed, and copper is no exception, that is why there is no point in investing in some beautiful Copper roofing only to then take risks by scrimping on the installation.

A Copper Roofing may be a bit more expensive than using other roofing materials at the beginning, but since regular roofs have a much more limited life span, long-term Copper Installations do pay off.