Cupolas have a long history and have been used in architecture for thousands of years. Cupolas were initially made as ventilation in barns. While today they are mostly used for aesthetic purposes, some are still used for ventilation.
Cupolas often are built with louvers (slats) or windows that allow hot air to pass through while keeping precipitation out. Since hot air rises, the hot air can escape out of the cupola while pulling in cooler air from the bottom.
In modern times, cupolas are still used in a variety of building types, including homes, churches, government buildings, sheds, gazebos, barns, and other structures.
We have a wide range of customization options, which allows you to choose the size, style, and material of your cupola to match the aesthetic of your building. You can choose from wood or vinyl options, along with roof options such as metal or copper!
Most of our cupolas are made of vinyl. They look classy and are virtually maintenance-free! For a distinctive look, you can get a vinyl cupola covered with copper. The durability of vinyl with the cool look of copper.
Our wood cupolas are built with treated yellow pine or cedar for long-lasting beauty and durability. They add a classic look to any building.
Want to add that extra pop to your building? Top your cupola with an elegant weathervane! A combination of copper and brass or cast aluminum these weathervanes will last a lifetime. Whether you are adding a weather vane for historical significance or aesthetic appeal, you can find just what you are looking for.
Myerstown Sheds offers a variety of high-quality cupolas made by expert craftsmen.
Our cupolas are crafted with quality materials such as wood or vinyl, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance. Gain peace of mind and confidence, knowing that you are purchasing a high-quality product!
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