- Aesthetics – The biggest appeal of cupolas is how they look. Cupolas can accentuate the height of your home when placed on its highest peak. It is a focal point that draws the eye while simultaneously enhancing the overall design of your home. The cap of a cupola can be square, hexagonal, octagonal or bell-shaped. These options broaden its ability to complement your home.
- Function – Cupolas can come with a variety of features, one of the most common being louvered vents. They allow air to circulate in the attic and send moist air outside, protecting your attic from rotting wood and mildew growth. This also cools your home, allowing your air conditioning to operate more efficiently. In the winter, a cupola’s incline allows snow to slide off easily, reducing the strain on your roof and helping prevent cave-ins.
- Durability – Our cupolas are built to last by skilled Amish craftsmen. Made from the highest-quality materials, including maintenance-free cellular PCV-vinyl, they will last for years to come.
What Are the Benefits of a Louvered Cupola?
A louver is a type of blind, window, or shutter that has adjustable, horizontal slats. The slats are tilted so that fresh air and light can enter your home, while keeping out rain, direct sunlight, and noise.
A cupola is made up of three parts: the base, the vents, and the caps. In a louvered cupola, louvers make up the vent section, allowing ventilation and airflow while blocking out the elements.
Add Beauty and Function to Your Home with a Cupola
Whether you are looking to add light and ventilation to your home, or you are just looking to beautify your roofline, our Cupola Specialists can help you choose the perfect cupola for your roof.
Not sure how your home would look with a cupola? We provide FREE Custom Digital Building Quotes. Simply send us a picture of your home, and our experienced designer will create a detailed image showing exactly how your home would look with an installed cupola.
Call us today at 866-400-1776 and banish your boring roofline!