Description: This comes in rolls of different gauges, but is usually only 12 inches wide.
Buying information: Copper is much more expensive than aluminum.
How-to hints: It can be cut with tin snips. Copper is not as springy as aluminum, and therefore is easier to work with. In a special situation it may pay to use copper rather than aluminum, which will eventually deteriorate and have to be replaced. Copper will last virtually forever.
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