The use of copper in housing construction is almost endless. Its uses include roof and wall cladding, flashing, drainage and drainage pipes, wire wiring, piping systems, heating systems, ventilation systems and design elements. Copper is solid and durable. Its service life is comparable to that of a building, and it does not need to be replaced halfway. In addition, copper as a building material has the advantages of corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, low maintenance cost, light weight, and bacteriostasis.