Degree of roof slant stated in inches rise per foot.
The angle at which a roof slopes.
The slope of the roof.
The degree of slope in a roof.
Describes the slope or angle of a roof. The pitch is calculated by the number of inches it rises vertically for every 12 inches it extends horizontally.
Ratio of rise to width.
Angle of the roof sides expressed in a ratio of span to rise.
The tangent of the angle that a roof surface makes with the horizontal, usually expressed in units of vertical rise to 12 units of horizontal run.
The degree of a roof's slope.
Inches of rise per 12: of roof run.
Inches of rise per foot of run. For example, a 45-degree roof has twelve inches of rise for each foot of run and is therefore called a "twelve pitch" roof.
Angle of inclination with the horizontal of the structure on which roof coverings are laid. (Low pitch = 4-10Â°, very low pitch â‰¤ 4Â°).
The angle or slant of a roof surface.
The angle or steepness of a roof. Typically expressed as a certain rise over each 12 inches of run - for example, a 6 on 12 roof rises six inches for every twelve inches of run. Also called Roof Slope.
Roof pitch is a measure of the incline of a roof, in building construction.