Cupolas, Lean-tos, & Awnings
A cupola is a small, dome-shaped structure that sits on top of a building, often as a decorative feature. Cupolas can be found on many different types of buildings, including homes, barns, and churches, and can be made of various materials such as wood, metal, or fiberglass.
A lean-to is a simple and cost-effective structure that attaches to an existing building, with a single sloping roof. It can be used for various purposes such as a carport, shed, greenhouse, or covered patio and can be constructed with minimal building skills. They can be made of different materials like wood, metal or plastic and can be attached to a house, garage, or barn.
Awnings are exterior shading structures that provide protection from sun, rain and wind. They can be retractable, giving control of light and airflow, and can be mounted on walls, windows or doors, or freestanding. Awnings are versatile and can be found in various settings such as homes, commercial buildings and outdoor spaces like decks and patios.