Since 1916, Wieland-Wrisco has proudly been the leading supplier of a variety of metal products for your project. With a key focus on aluminum sheet and aluminum coil, we understand that you have a multitude of different requirements and necessities to accomplish your project—that’s exactly why we’ve expanded our product offerings to include things like stainless steel sheets & stainless steel coil and now architectural copper roofing sheet & architectural copper roofing coil.
One of the very first metals utilized by humankind, copper has a longstanding history of being used for architectural applications, with examples found throughout ancient European marvels such as the Parthenon. You’ll still find buildings sporting copper’s iconic blue-green patina on rooftops across the globe. Today, architects, builders, and contractors utilize architectural copper in a multitude of external aesthetic applications for their projects.
Copper offers tremendous benefits and flexibility, allowing it to be the key material for your build. Some of the key advantages to utilizing copper in your project include:
Copper begins with a shiny reddish brown appearance in all forms. Once applied, copper will begin the oxidation process. Copper’s outer layer will begin to change its color, first becoming a darker color before its final patina coloration. This appears as a bluish-green color, most famously seen on the Statue of Liberty. This patina is not only iconic and stunning, but protects your copper sheets and copper coil from oxidizing any further.
Copper is a remarkably durable metal, making it ideal for roofing and other architectural applications. With regular maintenance and care, a copper roof can last upwards of 50 years. Copper can withstand the onslaught of weather and other environmental factors naturally without any finishes or paints. Copper is truly capable of supporting your project for the long run, against all odds.
Architectural copper sheet and architectural copper coil are tremendously lightweight in comparison to other building materials, making it the ideal choice for roofs, cladding, and other external architectural applications. Copper weighs significantly less than lead roofs and tiled roofs, which means it puts much less stress on the overall structural integrity of your building.
In addition, architectural copper is very flexible, capable of being molded and shaped to fit whatever specifications and requirements your project demands.
Copper can be used, recycled, used, and recycled over and over again—it is a 100% renewable material! Even throughout multiple uses, copper maintains all of its properties. Since 1900, 75% of all copper used has been recycled and reutilized. You’ll never have to worry about it losing its structural integrity, while guaranteeing you’re utilizing a truly sustainable product for your project.
Wieland-Wrisco’s is more than prepared to help supply your next project, no matter where in the U.S. it may be. Our team is on standby to answer any questions you may have about our architectural copper sheets and architectural copper coils. If you’re interested in learning more, contact the Wieland-Wrisco team today and secure your architectural copper for your next project today!
Copper Roofing Sheet
• Gauges 12oz (.016) – 48oz (.063)
• Lead Coated Copper Sheets
• Freedom Gray ( Tin-Zinc Copper Sheets
Copper Roofing Coil
• Gauges 12oz (.016) – 48oz (.063)
• Soft Flashing Rolls
• Roll-Forming Coil
• Gutter Coil
Other Architectural Products
• Copper Nails
• Solder Bar
• Architectural Zinc
• Architectural Bronze
• Muntz Sheet