104,420 gable roof Home Design Photos

Wm. F. Holland/Architect
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Wm. F. Holland/Architect/projects
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It is just what im looking for. Im buying a site in an estate that requires this type of roof, this is just perfect.
gabled roof: look like triangles from front of home
Cross Gabled Roof. There are many types
THIS IS A CROSS GABLED ROOF
types of gabled roofs (roofs that essentially look like triangles from the front of the home). I enjoy the cross gabled roof which is used in homes with extra wings so that each portion of the home has its own triangular gabled roof as seen in this photo.
“nice roofing” — Dennis Quiambao
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simple gable is best. Complicated roof designs invite problems — pine needles, snow and ice can accumulate in nooks and crannies, causing major damage. A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily. 2. Avoid openings in the roof. Know that each hole you cut into your roof, whether for
simple gabled roof without roof openings, all-glass gable end.
1. A simple gable is best. Complicated roof designs invite problems
Simple roof for cold climates prevents ice damms
Gabled roof and steel, best for snow. Minimal openings and chimney should be placed on "v"
A simple gable is best. Complicated roof designs invite problems — pine needles, snow and
The Roof1. A simple gable is best. Complicated roof designs invite problems — pine needles, snow and ice can accumulate in nooks and crannies, causing major damage. A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily.2. Avoid openings in the roof. Know that each hole you cut into your roof
“open views” — John Anton Boll Jr
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
3 Reviews
Claremont Remodel
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lower gable roof with substantial overhangs.
i like this gble roof b/c kenny saidits cold
Roof Shapes, Overhangs and MaterialsGables, hips, low slope and shed are a few of the many roof shapes. Each fits a certain range of styles and aesthetics. For example, whereas a gable is an appropriate roof shape for a traditional home, a low-slope roof is typically seen in a modern design. The same
for the roof material. While asphalt shingle roofs are the most commonplace, a tile material is more appropriate for a Southwestern colonial house design, and metal might be the better choice for a roof in the Southeast.And don't overlook the depth of a roof overhang. A gable roof with a deep overhang
the same roof with a shallow, or no, overhang, which tends to be more severe and boxy.Not matter which you choose, keep in mind that the roof connects the earth to the sky, so it is an important design element.
“iron supports between?” — judywitters
Northern Virginia Contractor
TrueBuilt is a residential and commercial contractor offering construction and design services in the Northern VA and DC Metro area.
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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
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on. A gable roof that runs parallel to the street is notched out on the upper floor, revealing windows above a brick base that has a substantial cutout for the entrance and garage.
the roof is in a triangular shape
on. A gable roof that runs parallel to the street is notched out on the upper floor, revealing windows above a brick base that has a substantial cutout for the entrance and garage.
things: The gable roof projects on the south side below the line of the windows, and the driveway/entry is cut into the exterior brick wall.
“Window for office” — lindajo
Anna Berglin Design
5 Reviews
Curb appeal
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bump up roof on 2nd floor Cape Cod to make bath and 2 bedrooms, small house...finished now but with very dark wood...thanks
Roof over front door replicates dormer roofs
might work for our house having dormers and mansard roof
Color combo of roof with brick
The side gabled roof is one variation. Others may have a hipped roof, a gambrel roof or a centered front-facing gable combined with either a hip or gable roof. Single-level originals usually have dormers, while two-story versions may or may not have them. Also, many Southern examples are brick construction;
in the roof, and the shutters are often purely decorative. It can be sided in shingles, wood, brick, aluminum or vinyl. The entry is still usually centered on the house, but there are often colonial revival elements on the entry, as in the photo here. Columns and porticos are often topped by a pediment
“All” — renovation42
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Craftsman Style in Burlingame
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clipped gable roofs with embellished knee braces.
brace with roof at back door
Clipped gable detailing
embellished clipped gable
clipped-gable roofs with embellished knee braces.
Both this pool house and the main residence feature clipped gable roofs with embellished knee braces.
clipped gable...Roof feel
“Chimney curvy” — jaymaga
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
Ideabooks6,148
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Love the stonework, roof ties and dorma windows.
at each gable end and three centered and hipped dormers.The style first became popular in early 18th-century America and dominated domestic architectural fashion for most of that century. Many variations exist. This one has a side-gabled roof, while others have a gambrel roof, hipped roof or centered gable
on the gable roof. Note how the entry detail is articulated as a semicircular pediment resting on pilasters.
gable (front-facing); and then there are townhouse versions. This revered and distinguished style populates just about every town across America in significant numbers and is still emulated in vernacular developments, particularly in the eastern United States.
“What house could look like. Historic” — sarahetoms
Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
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Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
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Does this shape of gable roof, where the overhang is increasing, have a particular name?
extended roof line ridge of gable
added by Dytecture to 8 Updates on Classic Rooflines Gable roof. A gable roof is basically a shed roof with two slopes. In this example, the architect extended the ridge of the
the roof line to create a more expressive design, almost like the bow of a ship.
Gable roof. A gable roof is basically a shed roof with two slopes. In this example, the architect extended the ridge of the roof line to create
Gable roof. A gable roof is basically a shed roof with two slopes. In this example, the architect extended the ridge of the roof line to create a more expressive design, almost like the bow of a ship.
“Roof” — cudafatis
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