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Getting rid of your old dirty roofing copper means extra cash in your pocket. Dirty roofing copper will have heavy tar, wood or other attachments on it that will lower its price. The iScrap app has dirty roofing copper prices at your local scrap metal yard. Whether you are a construction company doing a remodel on an old building or just redoing your own home, scrapping your dirty roofing copper will be to your benefit.
If you are routinely working on roofing projects and getting scrap copper, the chances of you getting these other types of metal are good. If you are producing these…you should save them and scrap them at your local yard.
If you can clean your roofing copper before you bring it, you may be able to make more cash. Too much to fit in your vehicle? The iScrap App has container request and pick up request forms that you can fill out and send to your local scrap yard. Make sure to ask for the current Dirty Roofing Copper Scrap Prices from the local scrap yards according to how much material you have.
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410 16th Ave Ranson, West Virginia 25438View scrap yard
5215 Holland Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705View scrap yard
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2 Henry Ford Circle Waldorf, Maryland 20602View scrap yard
6012 Shiloh Church Hurlock Rd Hurlock, Maryland 21643View scrap yard
213 Poplar Street Hanover, Pennsylvania 17331View scrap yard
3426 US Hwy Bsn 340 Stanley, Virginia 22851View scrap yard
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These scrap prices are for reference only based on market trends and resources. No scrap yards are required to honor or pay these prices. Contact your local yard for their prices.
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