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Faux Copper Metal Roofing - The Color Of Copper At The Price Of Metal

Why pay for an expensive copper roof ? Metal that has been pre-painted to look like patina'd copper is a growing favorite among architects and builders. Huge cost savings when compared to real copper. Available in metal roofing, siding, flat sheets, and coil.

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Metal That Looks Like Real Patina'd Copper


A real copper roof is the longest lasting type of metal roofing, but it's normally overkill unless you live along the coast. Most people want copper roofing panels because they look beautiful after they have become aged and have developed a patina. What if you could have this same look, but at a fraction of the price?

Copper colored metal is designed to mimic the look of an old copper roof. These faux copper colors come in a variety of aged copper finishes that look authentic, but at about 1/3 the price of real copper.

  • Significant cost savings when compared to real copper.
  • Enjoy the appearance of a copper roof without the copper rust stains.
  • Arrives looking patinated. You do not have to wait for the metal to patina.
  • 12 colors to choose from
  • Paint warranty

Streaked Copper®

The highs of the corrugations look like a dull weathered brown copper and the lows are painted aqua marine green.

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Speckled Copper®

Speckled Copper® has a unique pattern that consists of colors that resemble a dull copper penny and a green copper patina.

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Green Copper®

The most traditional version of a green copper roof. It has a blue-green patina that can be found on old copper roofs.

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Aged Copper®

This color looks like an aged copper roof that consists of a new shiny copper with an aqua green patina mixed in. 

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Copper Patina®

This color is designed to look like a copper patina roof that is a combination of green and brown copper roofing. 

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Streaked Blackened Copper®

This color looks like a classic darkened copper that has turned dull brown and has just started to patina green. 

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Speckled Blackened Copper®

This is a stunning color that looks like a mix of a blackened steel or copper that has a dominant orange patina.

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Blackened Copper®

This is a stunning color that looks like a mix of a blackened steel or copper that has a subtle orange patina.

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Streaked Blue Copper®

The highs of the corrugations are a dull blue patina and the lows have a soft greenish blue hue.

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Speckled Blue Copper®

This color is designed to look like a copper roof that has a matte blue copper patina finish.

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Weathered Metallic®

This color blends the look of brownish and orange rust. It has more of a metallic finish than the other copper colors.

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Copper Penny®

Copper Penny metal roofing panels are a metallic paint finish that's designed to look like a brand new shiny copper roof. 

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Burnished Slate®

Burnished Slate metal roofing panels are a smooth paint finish that's designed to give a brownish, rust-colored character to your roof. 

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Looking for the real deal?

Real Copper Roofing

Copper is the longest lasting metal roofing and is an excellent choice if you live along the coast. It's a prestigious looking material that can last for 100 or more years.

  • Roofing, Siding, And Wall Panels
  • Coil And Flat Sheets

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Painted Rusted Metal Rofing

Painted Panels That Look Rusted

The look of an authentic rusted roof, but without the problems.

  • No Rust Stains
  • Arrives Looking Rusted
  • Paint Warranty

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Dull Zinc Gray Colors

The Look Of Zinc Without The Cost

Why pay for expensive zinc roofing and then wait years for it to turn a dull matte gray?

  • 1/3 The Price Of Real Zinc
  • Arrives Looking Like An Old Zinc Roof
  • Paint Warranty

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The Ultimate Guide

How To Choose A Metal Roofing Color

You’ve decided to put metal roofing on your house and now it is time to answer the toughest question that most buyers face: Which color should I choose for my metal roof?

You want to pick the right metal roofing color to complement your house design. Once your roof is installed changing the color is not an option, so choosing a color that looks appealing is imperative.

With this guide, you will learn about the following factors:

  • Geographical Location
  • Neighborhood Trends
  • Architectural Style
  • Surrounding Features
  • Darker vs. Light Colors
  • Energy Savings
  • Natural Lighting
  • Much More

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All About Metal Roofing Colors



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