Vinyl Cupolas by Good Directions
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You can add some visual interest to a shed, barn or other home building with one of the vinyl cupolas available from Good Directions. Fully compatible with other Good Directions offerings, like weathervanes and finials, these vinyl cupolas for sale can be placed on the roof for an obvious center of attention that features a pleasing combination of the bright copper roof and the sturdy, intricately designed vinyl base.
We sell several different sizes and models of these Good Directions cupolas that allow you to compare and contrast every feature. Some, like the Guilford cupola, utilize a "window" style that lets onlookers see into the middle area under the tiny roof, much like a miniature tower attached to it.
Variations on this include the Smithsonian Arlington vinyl cupolas for sale, with rounded arches and small keystones, as well as the Smithsonian Chesapeake models, which use a pair of smaller windows for each side, and the Georgetown. This last style utilizes six sides and a raised pagoda top with sloping sides and small, distinctive windows.
On the other end of the spectrum are the Good Directions cupolas with ridged, shuttered sides, like the Farmington, Manchester or Sherwood collections. The closed nature of these pieces can reinforce their connection with the building itself and look like a more natural extension of the roof. Bases can also feature ridges similar to the siding used on houses, or straight, simple sides.
One of the more notable versions of this stylistic approach are the Kent vinyl cupolas for sale. They employ a wooden roof proportionate to the size of the base. Unlike the copper pieces we have for sale, these can be painted to match the color of the surrounding building or otherwise treated to your specific taste.Learn more about these Good Directions cupolas by visiting their individual pages, or by calling us at 1-800-675-6555. Whatever size you require, we provide instructions that make the installation easy to do for anyone, even those without any home repair or maintenance experience.