Cooper roofing – Copper ages from a bright, shiny hue to a natural protective, desirable and coveted green patina. Copper roof provide more than architectural details. Copper has a low-maintenance, fire-resistant, durable and lightweight roofing. Copper fighting natural moss growth and throwing snow. Typically, the only drawback of the copper roof is cost.
Examine the plywood roof decking for signs of rot. Replace the plywood decking with new plywood or use an inch tongue and groove boards nailed to the rafters to provide a solid foundation for sheathing lying. Measure the ceiling or part of the cooper roofing you intends to cover with sheathing. Asphalt tar paper with a utility knife or scissors to the size of the roof area you cover.
Cooper roofing cover the entire ceiling, adjust tar paper to the top of the roof and rolling it against the lower edge of the roof. Equipping a power stapler with copper staples and staple tar paper to the decking was 10 to 12 inches around the edges and in the entire area. The piece of tar paper 6 to 8 inches in large areas where a single roller not cover section. Add a weather abrasive sheet membrane of tar paper running perpendicular to the tar paper.