Copper Sheet Metal
Copper sheet metal is a very ductile and malleable metal, that is widely recognized as an excellent conductor of electricity.
Did you know? Many people think a penny is made from copper sheet metal, but did you know that most “copper” pennies minted post 1982 are 97.5% Zinc, with only a small amount of copper plating?
Copper sheet metal is 100% recyclable, but copper sheet metal prices are notorious for being very volatile, so please inquire about current pricing.
- Appearance is reddish orange in pure form. When exposed to humidity copper will patina to a bluish green. In relatively dry climates, such as Denver, copper sheet metal tends to naturally turn dark brown-black. Patina can be achieved artificially, by means of application of chemicals to speed up the process, and many pre-painted steel sheets are painted to mimic the patina look, or that of a worn penny. These sheets may or may not come with any PVC film. Please inquire.
- Uses include: Roofing, Siding, Bar Tops.