Copper roof Case Study - Beverley Library
North Humberside’s beautiful Beverley Library was first opened in 1906, and is an iconic landmark in the town due to its distinctive ornate architecture and sloping copper roofing.
JTC Roofing provided natural copper roofing to replace the building’s existing design which had been damaged with wear and tear. Our skilled roofers used moulding technology to create the beautiful curved roofing you can see pictured, adding a classic, elegant finish to the library building.
The lightweight roofing not only adds to the grand aesthetic of Beverley Library, but will also last for years – copper roofing’s lifespan can be in excess of 100 years, leaving a beautiful building that will be host to a large collection of literature for the residents of Beverley to enjoy for a lasting time.