Roofs come in all different shapes and sizes. From small too large.
Check out the examples below to determine what style of roof you have.
A roof with two sloping sides and a gable at each end.
CROSS GABEL ROOF
Cross gable roofs have two or more gable rooflines that intersect.
SIMPLE HIP ROOF
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PYRAMID HIP ROOF
In a pyramid hip roof, all the sides slope downwards towards the wall with three or more rectangular faces.
CROSS HIPPED ROOF
The cross hip roof essentially has two intersecting hip sections, that run perpendicular to each other.
A roof that has four sloping sides, each of which becomes steeper halfway down.
A Saltbox roof is a pitched roof that slopes down to the back.
A roof with two sides, each of which has a shallower slope above a steeper one.
A flat roof is a roof which is almost level in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs.
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