Baker Roofing Company

Copper Roofing

Copper, Zinc & Specialty Metal Roofing Repair & Replacement

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Specialty metal roofing, whether it is copper domes, ornate metal trim, or contemporary metal requires a very specific skill set as well as industry expertise and experience to get the job done correctly and beautifully. With roots as a specialty metal company, Baker Roofing has over 100 years of expertise working with specialty metal products since the company’s inception as a tin shop in 1915. Our team has installed some of the most recognizable specialty metal roofs in the nation. Our metal craftsman are sought after from churches in Nebraska to Universities across the county and even the Statehouse in Topeka, Kansas. We are certified and qualified installers of all the top-of-the-line manufacturers in our industry. Our team will happily work with you to select a product that fits the needs of your building and your budget.
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Duke Memorial United Methodist Church

Location Durham, NC
Industry Religious Organization
Scope of Work Clay Tile Repair, Double-Locked Copper Through-Wall Flashing & Gutters

Frequently Asked

What are different ways to use copper in your project?

You don’t have to cover your entire home with copper to have a beautiful roof that highlights and protects your home. Porch roofs, dormers, and water tables are great options for homeowners wanting the look of a copper roof while minding a budget! A break-in uniform on the roof goes far to highlight a smaller roof section and add timeless flair! For more ideas read our blog post, here.

How long does it take for a copper roof to turn brown?

In coastal regions or heavy-industrial areas, the natural patina typically forms within five to seven years. In the country and rural areas, where the level of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere is relatively low, the patina formation takes 10 to 14 years to attain a dominant stage.

Is copper a good material for a roof?

Copper is extremely durable unlike some of its counterparts aluminum and steel. Copper will not corrodes or rust, doesn’t require any extra coatings, and can remain intact for centuries!