Shingles that gets better with age.

Copper’s resistance to the elements ranks among the highest of modern roofing materials. When properly designed and installed, a copper roof provides an economical, long-term roofing solution. It’s low life cycle costs are attributable to the low maintenance, long life and salvage value of copper. Unlike many other metal roofing materials, copper requires no painting of finishing.

 

PermaLock Copper Information

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  • 12 ounce pure copper
  • Finished shingles – 9 ¼ inches high and 18 inches wide with reverse lock bent on four sides and grain pattern stamped into shingles.
  • Area to weather – 8 ¾ inches high by 17 ¼ inches wide.
  • Each box contains 47 shingles or approximately 50 square feet.