Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.42/lb Updated 10/28/2021
Steel National Average $158.00/ton Updated 10/28/2021
Aluminum National Average $0.53/lb Updated 10/28/2021

#1 Flashing Copper

Last updated:2 years ago
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$3.31/lb

(-1.81%)

Recent Price History

$3.25/lb Stamford,Connecticut 10/22/21
$2.55/lb , 08/12/21
$3.41/lb Stamford,Connecticut 08/9/21
$100.00/lb Dallas,Texas 05/14/21
$4.27/lb Cambridge,CA 04/3/21
$2.80/lb West Plains,Missouri 03/15/21
$11.00/lb Lake Stevens,US 03/2/21
$1.00/lb Bradford,Pennsylvania 02/19/21

About #1 Flashing Copper

Time To Scrap Copper Flashing

A good piece of metal to scrap is #1 flashing copper. You can find flashing copper on roofs, gutters and solar panels. Clean flashing copper is clean of paint, solder and rust. Imperfections on flashing copper will make the value lower for the #1 Flashing Copper Scrap Prices. Scrap your #1 flashing copper with your local scrap metal yard and get paid for your hard work.

Where Does Copper Flashing Come From?

Many home owners ask for flashing copper for decor on their homes like on the roofs, gutters, and other outdoor trimmings. Many times, contractors will come across this material and have scraps of it left over from a previous job. To get a #1 price for it, there must not be any tar or adhesive on the copper. If you have material that is dirty, old, used, or is not new cutoffs you probably have normal roofing copper.

What To Do With A Lot Of Clean Copper Flashing

Large quantities of #1 flashing copper from a construction job or demolition work can be scheduled and picked up easily with the iScrap App’s container request form. You can find a scrap metal yard near you and their prices for #1 flashing copper on the iScrap App. See more Scrapping Videos here. If you are confused as to what type of copper flashing you have you can read here and learn more about how roofing copper prices are.

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Wichita Material Recovery, LLC

624 E Morris Street Wichita, Kansas 67211

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410 E.25th St. N Wichita, Kansas 67219

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815 East Gilbert Wichita, Kansas 67211

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