These complete bay window copper roof assemblies allow for fast and easy installation of these elegant roofs by mechanics with general construction skills only. This assembly was designed to produce a reliable, waterproof seal into an existing masonry brick wall. Kaiser Construction generaled the overall project in Delaware. The sweep or flared pitch of the roof adds a period touch to the work. These copper roof assemblies can be made to your specs and shipped to your shop or job site. Contact us for details!
Step one is construction of an assembly which contains both structural and finish elements. Note the painted crown and fascia mouldings.
Backside structural assembly. Unlike structure built in place, our assembly has to be rigid enough for independent handling and shipping, in addition to carrying the roof elements.
Tony Vizzi, President of Specialty Copper Roofing, runs a panel through the shrinker
Installation of the first roof "return. Note the raised wall flashing, designed to set directly into a reglet on the existing, built masonry wall.
Both returns installed, the first main pan installed against the centerline, for a balanced, symmetrical appearance.
Tony inspects a two leg, blind cleat.
Seaming the next to last main pan over the drip edge.
The assembly is finished. Note the cap flashing. We said assembly, but we meant assemblies. Note our bay roof's twin in the background.
Our assembly is hoisted to the top of the bay. Note the reglets sawn into the brick wall. Note also the detached cap flashing and crown mouldings.
Note wall reglets, in detail.
Flashing detail, cap in place and wood mouldings in place. The curved wall flashing sets perfectly into the reglet.
Full view of the window.
Both windows, installed.