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The above are not Dutch Gable roofs. They are Asian Combination Hip & Gable roofs. A Dutch Gable roof is where the end walls of a gable roof rise above the roof line. The attached photo shows what a Dutch Gable roof looks like.
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Lin Marie Engelman
I have a "M" shaped roof....what type is that?
   

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