Windsor Vinyl Cupola By Good Directions

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The Windsor vinyl cupola has all the benefits of vinyl with a unique old English style. Split mock windows accent the design perfectly and can be outfitted with a screen to protect the interior and block access to bugs, birds and insects.

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"More substantial than other PVC or PVC-coated products, our Vinyl Cupolas are constructed from solid vinyl plank and board, which makes them maintenance-free and able to resist the elements."

Here at Weathervanes.Net we are proud to be the leading innovative retailer of Cupolas in the US marketplace.  Our product specialist’s set us apart as a company that can help you find the right cupola, for the correct roof pitch and shipped within the correct lead time for your project. 

Tip: Consider adding a weathervane atop your cupola for a perfect way to crown your home.


• Built to last from solid PVC vinyl
• 24-gauge copper roof
• Ready to paint
• Includes built-in mounting hardware for weathervanes
• Detailed installation guide for easy installation
• We are here to help! Your satisfaction guaranteed

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Our weathervanes can be mounted in many different ways including roof top, deck mount, garden pole, mantel showcase, and eve mount.  When you are buying a weathervane from us just select the one you want on the product options, or choose a weathervane mount and add a mount to your shopping cart now. Weathervanes are a great complimenting item to Cupolas


Learn How to choose the right cupola for your building


Resources For Buying The Correct cupola

Lead Time: Cupolas are built and shipped within 10 business days (2 weeks)

Correct Size: Typically there should be 1.5" of cupola for every foot of roofline... Read more

Roof Pitch / Extension Base: Determining the pitch of a roof is as simple as finding out what the "rise" is in a 12" span.  Read more