Home » Shop » Gazebo Cupolas Wood Gazebo Cupolas with Cedar or Copper Roof$329.00 – $399.00 These Wood Gazebo Cupolas are made from pressure treated wood with a choice of either plywood, copper, or cedar shake roof. This 8-sided cupola is made to sit over the peak of an eight sided gazebo roof. Roof Material Choose an optionPlywood RoofCedar Shake RoofCopper RoofClear Wood Gazebo Cupolas with Cedar or Copper Roof quantity Add to cart SKU: N/A Categories: Cupolas, Gazebo Cupolas Tags: Cupola, Gazebo Cupola Description Installation Description These Wood Gazebo Cupolas are made from pressure treated wood with a choice of either plywood, copper, or cedar shake roof. This 8-sided cupola is made to sit over the peak of an eight sided gazebo roof. The cupola has a plywood roof base which makes a much stronger roof assembly. Price includes wood finial to add a little style to the roof peak. Choose either plywood, copper, or cedar for the roof material. The only reason to order a plywood roof would be if you intend on covering the plywood with your own roofing material. Otherwise, the copper or cedar shake roof (as pictured here) is a finished wood gazebo cupola ready to install. Wood gazebo cupolas do not need to have the bases cut. They simply sit over the top peak of your gazebo roof and usually get attached by angle screwing into the sheathing below the roof covering… or by attaching a couple 2×4’s to the roof first, then screwing the wood gazebo cupola to that concealed internal 2×4 frame. These cupolas are made by one of our Lancaster County Amish woodworking shops. Like many of our Amish suppliers, we have been selling their products for many many years and the quality of their work has always been excellent. Plywood Roof: $299.00 Cedar Shake Roof: $339.00 Copper Roof: $369.00 Measures: 19″ wide (measured at base – flat side to flat side) and 23″ high (actually 29″ high if you add the 6″ tall wood finial). These wood gazebo cupolas are made as orders are received. Delivery in approx 2-3 weeks. InstallationSits over the peak of the gazebo roof and gets screwed down through gazebo roof covering into the sheathing below.