A roof that rises by inclined planes on all sides of a building. The line where two adjacent sloping sides of a roof meet is called the Hip.
A roof that slants upward on three or four sides.
Roof system in which the slope of the roof at the end walls of the building is perpendicular to the slope of the roof along the sides of the bull ding.
A roof with sloping ends and sides meeting at a ridge
A roof which rises by inclining planes from all four sides of a building.
A roof formed by four pitched roof surfaces.
A style of roof that rises by inclined planes in all sides of a building. This roof has no gables.
a roof having sloping ends as well as sloping sides
a four sided roof with sloping sides and ends
A four-sided roof having sloping ends and sides.
A roof with four sloping sides of the same pitch. There will be no gables on a Hip Roof.
A type of roof containing sloping planes on each side of the building; therefore doesn't form gables.
A roof that has a central ridge and that slopes in all four directions.
A roof where there is an Eave all the way around the house.
The end of this roof slopes back towards the center of the house, usually at a 45 degree angle.
A roof that consists of four sloping planes that meet at the ridge (peak). The roof seems to sit on top of the supporting walls, creating a pyramid shape when viewed from the side.
A type of roof containing sloping planes of the same pitch on each of four sides. Contains no gables.
Roof constructed with rafters or trusses pitched over all perimeter walls
A roof in which all four sides are supported by rafters which slope down to the top plates of the walls is known as a hip (or hipped) roof. Hip roofs are common on Georgian houses, particularly high-style examples.
A roof that is formed by sloping planes from all four sides.
a roof that rises by inclined planes to form one or more hips.
A type of roof formed by sloping roof planes on all four sides, with no gables.
A roof system where each wall's roof section slopes up to the peak of the roof. There are generally no gables with a Hip roof.
A roof which rises by inclined planes from two or more sides of the building.
A roof that rises by inclined planes from all four sides of a building
A roof with four roof planes coming together at a peak and four separate hip legs.
A pitched roof with sloping sides.
A ROOF IN WHICH ALL SLOPES MEET TO FORM AN OUT- SIDE ANGLE. OUTSIDE ANGLES (POINTING OUT) ARE "HIPS", INSIDE ANGLES (POINTING IN) ARE "VALLEYS". MANY ROOFS HAVE A COMBINATION OF HIPS AND VALLEYS. WE'RE THROWING IN A DORMER FOR GOOD MEASURE. AND A CHIMNEY WITH A CRICKET.
locally known as a COTTAGE ROOF; a roof with four pitched sides, the line where two slopes of a roof meet is called a hip. (IMAGE)
A roof that slants toward the ridge from all four sides.
A roof consisting of four sloping planes that intersect to form a pyramid or elongated pyramid shape. A roof which slopes up toward the center from all sides, necessitating a hip rafter at each corner.
Junction of two roof slopes whose eaves are perpendicular.
A roof where all four sides slope to a ridge line.
A pyramid shaped roof with four equally sloping sides from each edge of the roof that meet in the middle.
A roof that is sloping on all four sides.
Style of roof that slopes on the ends as well as the sides, so that the eave line formed is constant on all walls.
A hip roof is a type of roof where all sides slope downwards to the walls, usually with a fairly gentle slope. Thus it is a house with no gables or other vertical sides to the roof. A square hip roof is shaped like a pyramid.