Copper has one of the highest electrical conductivity rates among metals, which allows it to be soldered with ease. It also makes it possible for smaller conductors to be used to transmit power loads. Smaller conductors are easier to transport and install, and they cost less, which helps manage wiring costs.
Copper doesn’t undergo the same extreme expansion and contraction cycles as aluminum so it is a more stable material to use.
Due to its high ductile properties, copper can be formed into very fine wire, making it more versatile. Copper has high tensile strength as well, so it can undergo extreme stress but show minimal signs of wear and tear.
This makes the wiring more durable than aluminum. Due to its great resilience, high durability, low maintenance, and high performance, copper wiring also add to home value.