Titus is Bringing Back Cupolas: Early American-Style Feature can give a Focal Point to Exterior Buildings

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Prairie Rose Country, LLC. Titus is bringing back cupolas, traditional early American architectural roof accents. Cupolas are making a comeback---not only for barns but for houses, garages, commercial buildings, and gazebos. When people drive by your home or business, is it your place they notice?

Give your exterior building some pizzazz---and stand out from the rest. Custom features are a great way to achieve a one-of-a-kind look that stands out. Cupolas can give a focal point by drawing the eye to them. A down-home country gal has started a down-home country business. Elda R. Titus, of rural Powers Lake, ND, has entered the "e" world, with an internet savvy business----Prairie Rose Country, LLC.

Titus is bringing back cupolas, traditional early American architectural roof accents. Cupolas are making a comeback---not only for barns but for houses, garages, commercial buildings, and gazebos. When people drive by your home or business, is it your place they notice?

Think of your buildings appearance as a form of advertising. The few hundred dollars you invest increases its curb appeal. The exterior of your home and business demonstrates your personality to all that see it. One just has a few seconds to make a first and lasting impression to capture interest.

Prairie Rose Country sells quality, hand-crafted cupolas designed for functional performance with the character of tradition that capture the spirit of early American architecture. The unique, custom-made cupolas go on the roof tops of houses, garages, commercial buildings, and gazebos.

When choosing a cupola one needs to stay true to the style of the building it will be placed on, cupolas should fit a buildings architectural style. A properly dimensional and detailed cupola will add a finishing touch to new construction or any existing exterior building.

The cupolas are built by quality craftsman out of marine plywood and are available in bell, pagoda, glass, louvered, or custom styles. The roof has a wooden substructure clad with copper which brings an eye catching appeal.

Cupolas are a great way to add class, sophistication, or a little country charm to the rooftops of your buildings. To contact Titus or to check out Prairie Rose Country, check out the web site http://prairierosecountry.com or call 701-464-5842.

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