Benefits of a Custom Copper Chimney Cap

copper chimney capChimney caps can be made from a variety of different materials, including stainless steel and aluminum. Your local roof repair specialist can explain the differences in these two materials. A homeowner favorite, however, is copper. A custom copper chimney cap will add instant curb appeal to your home, whether you schedule regular cap and roof cleanings or allow for natural oxidation overtime. To help make your decision easier, here are several benefits you can expect if you choose to install a custom copper chimney cap.

Potentially Low Maintenance

Custom copper chimney caps can be as low maintenance as you want them to be. As previously mentioned, some homeowners choose to keep them cleaned and polished, while others opt for the low maintenance, rustic look.

Durable

As your roofing contractor can attest, the number one reason to choose a custom copper chimney cap is its durability. If you live in an area with extreme weather changes, this is the ideal cap.

Heat Resistance

In addition to withstanding inclement weather, a custom copper chimney cap can also withstand the high temperatures caused by using your fireplace. Your professional roofer can provide details, but heat from fire won’t damage your copper cap.

Interested in Installing a Custom Copper Chimney Cap on Your Home?

Are you interested in installing a custom copper chimney cap on your home? Whether you’re planning a roof replacement or simply looking for an aesthetically pleasing update, contact Tile Pro Roofing today. One of our professional roofers would be happy to discuss the various chimney cap options, as well as explain the benefits each different material offers. Visit our website for more information or to request a free quote. You can also call us directly at (425)224–3539 to speak with a representative about scheduling an appointment.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Custom Copper Chimney Cap Installation

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