European Copper Enhances Curb Appeal
If you’re looking to enhance the curb appeal of your home, why not start at the top? Nothing packs a bigger punch than a European Copper Chimney Pot gracing your chimney. Remember, since the exterior of your house is the first thing visitors see, it can make or break their first impression. After all…there’s nothing worse than a bad haircut
for a human or a house!
Experts agree, whether you’re enhancing your current home’s exterior or building
a new structure, it’s important not to force a completely unrelated style on your home.
However, just the right exterior enhancements can significantly improve curb appeal.
European Copper Chimney Caps are like the cherry on an ice cream sundae and
just the right touch for any style home. Made from copper and lined with stainless steel,
our chimney caps are available in three styles and seven sizes. With architecture
trending more modern these days, we offer not only more traditional copper finishes on
our chimney caps, but also a more modern looking Freedom Grey finish.
Of course, adding a finishing touch to your roof is just one of the many ways to
enhance your home’s curb appeal. There are numerous options available to
homeowners, but as Houzz contributor, Laura Gazkill cautions, “deciding on changes to
the exterior can be tricky.”
Follow this link for just a few of her suggestions on ensuring success when it
comes to enhancing your home’s exterior.
The exterior often reflects the overall style of the house and the family that lives
there, therefore setting the pace for the rest of your space. We think you’ll agree that the
rooftop is one of those things that, when it looks right, you may not notice it at all — but
when it’s wrong, it’s really wrong.
And, please remember, European Copper Chimney Pots are not only beautiful to
look at, but they set the standard for safety as well. Our chimney caps are industry
standard for safety with every certification available. The best is always a better buy.
And don’t forget only 1% of all people who see a home ever go inside but 100% see the