While a tall, narrow steeple - sometimes topped with a cross - is the typical skyline painted by modern American churches, their highest point used to be fixed with a rooster. This tradition began back in the 9th century when Pope Nicholas I decreed every church should display a rooster on its peak to remind Christians of their faith. By the 11th century, rooster weathervanes were common features of church rooflines.
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All of our cupolas are built by our Pennsylvania craftsmen, using only the highest-quality materials. We use Azek vinyl, which can withstand the tests of time and nature without losing its fine aesthetic. This low-maintenance material never needs to be stained or sanded, and resists mold, mildew, stains and scratches. And you never have to worry about damage from termites or rot!
Our cupola roofs are built from beautiful, durable copper. Resistant to tarnishing and corrosion, copper can last for decades - if not longer! Copper also offers the unique ability to be easily shaped while remaining quite resilient and resistant to damage.