a ridged roof finishing at each end on a small vertical gable below which the roof slopes to meet the gable wall.
A form of curb or ridge roof with two pitches or slopes on a side.
A gable roof with two slopes on each side, the lower slope is steeper than the upper portion. A "barn" style roof.
a ridged roof with two slopes on each side, the lower slope having a steeper pitch than the upper.
A barn-type roof characterized by a lower steeper slope and an upper less steep one on each of its two sides
a gable roof with two slopes on each side and the lower slope being steeper
Variation on the gable roof with a change of pitch along each side
Roof, generally hip which terminates in a small gable at the ridge.
A type of roof, often used on barns, that features two pitches on each side of the roof, the top section typically less steep than the bottom section.
A "Barn Roof" made up of more than one Pitch.
A roof where each side has two slopes; a steeper lower slope and a flatter upper one; a 'barn roof'.
A roof having two slopes on each side, the lower slope usually steeper that the upper one. Generally seen on farm structures.
Roof: A ridged roof with two slopes on either side, the lower slope having the lower pitch.
Roof having two slopes on each side of the peak, the lower slope usually steeper than the upper one.
A type of roof which has its slope broken by an obtuse angle, so that the lower slope is steeper than the upper slope. A double-sloped roof having two pitches.
A roof that has two different pitches.
roof A roof with one low, steep slope and an upper, less-steep one on each of its two sides, giving the look of a traditional American hay barn.
a roof that has two pitches on each side.
A symmetrical roof with two different pitches or slopes on each side.
A gambrel is a usually symmetrical two-sided roof with two slopes on each side. The upper slope is positioned at a shallow angle while the lower slope is quite steep. This design provides the advantages of a sloped roof while maximizing head space on the building's upper level.