Copper roofs

Copper’s longevity is renowned, and it has become the smart choice for homeowners. Almost all copper produced throughout time is still in use, as it is 100% recyclable. Not only is copper the best choice to protect a structure, it’s also the best choice to protect the environment.

Copper accessories

Pure copper accessories accent and complement wood, slate, tile, and upscale designer composition roofs. Their beauty goes beyond appearance. The natural properties of copper come together with elegant and versatile design to create roofing accessories that are maintenance–free, long lasting, wind resistant, and watertight.


Just about every homeowner needs gutters. Unless you want a leaking basement, major home damage, and a wet path to your front door, you’ll need rain gutters. Copper gutters will never rust or rot. They can stand up to all kinds of weather better than any other type of gutters, and they look good doing it.

Louvers and vents

Proper attic ventilation removes moisture and heat from the attic, which results in no damaging condensation, lowers your cooling costs, and extends the life of the roof and shingles. Gable vents add a nice touch to exterior facades, and are maintenance free versus plastic and aluminum. Copper vent joints are soldered to guarantee a strong, weather–resistant vent.

EPDM and TPO roofs

EPDM, short for ethylene propylene diene monomer, is a type of synthetic rubber that is known for design versatility, durability, and the fact that it’s easy to install. Another plus: EPDM does not pollute runoff rainwater, which gives homeowners rainwater harvesting and recycling options.
Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) single–ply roofing membranes are among the fastest growing commercial roofing products. Its pluses include resistance to ultraviolet light, chemical exposure, and ozone. It is a flexible membrane ideal for a variety of buildings and low slope roofs common in commercial buildings. It is a good choice for those interested in heat–reflective and energy efficient roofing systems.

Chimney pans/caps

The only way to properly flash a chimney is to install a through pan at roof line. Its purpose is to prevent excess water from draining down through the chimney into the house. Lead coated copper is the preferred material used on account of the lime in the mortar but copper is acceptable.
Copper chimney caps are an important element for fireplaces because they cover the hole at top of your chimney as well as provide oxygen and an exhaust outlet for wood burning and gas fireplaces. These caps are usually fitted with vented or mesh wire sides that protect from birds and debris getting in to your fireplace.