Copper is the world’s oldest material.
It provides long-term protection because it builds its own protective layer. This layer, called the patina, develops as the material ages – creating a fascinating visual effect. This attractive material is highly malleable, and is often used for adding special touches to out-of-the-ordinary buildings.
Copper is available in a variety of alloys such as with aluminum – ideal for challenging projects requiring highly robust materials.
Copper can be easily brazed or welded. This means it can be safely and securely attached to non-copper elements.