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Roof types

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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Know Your House: What Kind of Roof Do You Have?Mar 20, 2016

A roof type that clearly sticks to the traditional aesthetic is the gambrel roof. This roof, unlike the gable with its single slope on each roof face, has multiple sloping faces. A shallow slope lower in the roof structure is followed by a steeper slope high up the face. The advantage of this roof type is that it provides for more interior space under the roof than the gable roof does.

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