An end wall having a gable
The end of a gable roof
The end or sidewall of a sunroom.
The end wall which is parallel to the trusses and which extends upwards vertically to the rafters.
The triangular-shaped vertical portion of wall at the end of the roof.
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the vertical triangular wall between the sloping ends of gable roof
The triangular end of a two-way pitched roof. This is often called a "pediment" in classical architecture - see photo on left.
The gable shaped canopy over a door or window or a wall topped with a gable.
Triangular wall enclosed by the sloping ends of a ridged roof and the top wall plate. The entire section, including wall, roof and space enclosed is referred to in that manner.
The triangular section at the ends of gable roofs.
The sidewall or end of a sunroom.
The side or end of a building where the top of the wall slopes with the slope of the roof.
The end that has a gable.
The end of a peaked-roof structure.
end wall bearing a gable.