A cupola can add a whole new architectural dimension to your home. Whether you're building a new home or remodeling an existing home, adding a cupola can be an easy task for the Do-It-Yourselfer, although we recommend a professional roofing contractor as the best option, especially for our larger cupolas.
Cupolas are shipped in three sections, base, middle and top section - and most of our cupolas have a copper roof. A louvered cupola can be used for attic ventilation, but most people put a cupola on their roof just for it's decorative appeal.
If you want a cupola with windows, you can get clear glass, or different colors of stained glass. You can also have an electrician install a light fixture in your cupola which looks really stunning at night. Cupola roofs can be flat, curved (pagoda), or "bell"-shaped, depending on the style. Cupola styles can range from square, to multi-sided structures and gazebo shapes.So first, figure out what size cupola will fit your roof by going to our page. And then decide which style cupola appeals to you. Cupolas are weathervane ready with a mounting bracket inside the cupola.