What is a Cupola and What is its Primary Use?
The primary uses of a cupola are to add ventilation or light to the inside of a building, and/or to enhance the aesthetics of the exterior. Depending on the intended use, a cupola is classified as either decorative or functional. Homeowners often purchase cupolas to update the look of their home, as cupolas are less expensive than remodeling and they’re extremely durable. Installing a functional cupola can also protect your home and extend the life of your roof by removing moisture from the attic, preventing the growth of mold and mildew as well as wood rot.
You can also increase the usable space in your home with the addition of a cupola. Cupolas add natural light and ventilation to attics, garages, and sheds, allowing you to convert these spaces into workrooms or quiet retreats (She Shed, anyone?). And with dozens of customization options, you are certain to find a unique look that perfectly complements your home!
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We are also the only cupola manufacturer to offer FREE digital quotes to our customers! Not sure how your new cupola will look on your home? Simply send us a photo or architectural drawing at MagicCupolas@ValleyForgeCupolas.com, and we will send you a custom quote.
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