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

#3 Roofing Copper

Last updated:2 years ago
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$2.80/lb

(3,471.43%)

Recent Price History

$100.00/lb Dallas,Texas 05/14/21
$3.00/lb Osgood,Indiana 05/6/21
$3.20/lb Rockaway,New Jersey 04/28/21
$1.40/lb Waterloo,New York 04/15/21
$5.00/lb Longueuil,CA 11/20/20
$2.70/kg Cornwall,CA 07/11/20
$1.67/lb Cornwall,CA 06/25/20
$1.95/lb Cornwall,CA 06/25/20

About #3 Roofing Copper

Is Roofing Copper Worth Money?

When scrapping copper, Roofing Copper is a great piece of scrap metal to get a hold of and the Roofing Copper Scrap Prices can be very good too. Found on roofs, gutters, and more, Roofing Copper can be scrapped with your local scrap yard and you can get paid for your work. Usually roofing copper will go into a scrap yard with some tar or nails attached which help with the adhesive and attachment outside on homes. This is a regular occurrence for scrap yards, so they will usually have a set price for roofing copper.

How Do You Know The Value Of Roofing Copper?

The price will be usually be less than #2 copper prices because the material is less pure in copper and harder to process to recycle. If you have a large quantity of copper from a construction job, demolition work, or from building, you can request a scrap metal pick up from a scrap yard in your area. Large weights of roofing copper should be able to get you a few more dollars at your local scrap yard.

How To Clean & Sort Roofing Copper

Taking some time to separate your copper and bring it to the scrap yard can pay off. If you have roofing copper (flashing) that has tar, wood, nails, or non-copper on it, make sure that you sort and separate it as best as possible. You can find today’s price for Roofing Copper and a place to scrap it, with the iScrap App. See more Scrapping Videos here.

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