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If you live in the USA be careful with having it on your roof though. Bird feces contain uric acid which will slowly brake down the copper, and the runoff from your roof will most likely have a higher copper concentration than EPA standards. It is unlikely that the EPA will check houses for that, but on the very off chance...
Of course, when the weather finally does cooperate, I probably won't be able to find the roll of zinc or the adhesive that came with it.
Copper roofing and downpiping is a target for "recycling" by thieves.
Quote from: SeanB on 13/11/2010 09:09:16Copper roofing and downpiping is a target for "recycling" by thieves.Ironic...http://www.wjactv.com/news/25277463/detail.html
Quote from: maffsolo on 13/11/2010 10:07:10Quote from: SeanB on 13/11/2010 09:09:16Copper roofing and downpiping is a target for "recycling" by thieves.Ironic...http://www.wjactv.com/news/25277463/detail.htmlhttp://www.krdo.com/news/25860899/detail.htmlI just read this, same thing, different place. It could get worse if copper prices continue to rise.