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Roof Styles for Plans 1000-4000 Explained
- Roof Style A -This roof spans left to right and is most common on square and deep spaces. Aesthetically prominent is the gable end over the garage door. A more technical aspect to consider will be a header nonbearing over the garage door.
- Roof Style B – This roof spans from front to rear and is most common on square and wide spaces. Aesthetically prominent is the gable end over the sides of the building, not the garage door. A more technical aspect to consider will be the garage doors in a header(s) bearing section.
- Roof Style E – Similar to roof style A with no overhang. This economy style saves cost on material and construction but has less visual appeal.
- Roof Style HIP – All sides slope to ridge. Garage door header(s) are in a bearing position. This style has no gable ends.
These styles offer function and a more dynamic visual appeal. The pop-out is popular with people who have boats and RVs. The covered area is great for outdoor furniture or storage, tools, fire wood, anything you want to keep dry and out of the sun. It’s also less expensive than increasing the building size.
- Roof Style AA – Roof style A with additional pop-out section. This roof spans left to right and is most common on square and deep spaces. Aesthetically prominent is the pop—out section over the garage door.
- Roof Style BA & BAA – Both are a roof style B with one and two additional pop-out section respectively.
- Roof Style HIP-A – Hip roof with Roof style A at pop-out section
- Roof Style CA & CAA – Both are a roof style A with one and two additional pop-out section respectively.
- Roof Style CB – Roof style B with covered area on one side
- Roof Style CBA – Roof style B with additional pop-out section roof and covered area on one side.
- Roof Style HIP-C – Hip roof with covered area on one side
- Roof Styles for Dutch Barns – Gambrel Style Roof – Some buildings have additional shed roof(s) on side(s) Dormer windows available on most buildings. All buildings are two story with loft or full second floor. If not present, dormer windows and can be added to buildings in this category.
- Roof Styles for Agricultural – Shed Style – Roof pitch from front to rear. Higher portion of roof at front of building
Double Shed – Roof pitch from front to middle. Additional roof pitch from middle to rear
B with walls on 3 sides – Front open
Shop – Roof style B with walls all 4 sides. Door(s) at front of building
Western Style Roof – Roof Style A with sheds on both sides
- Roof Styles for Ranchette Barns – Western Style Roof – Is an A style roof at middle of the building with additional shed roofs on the exterior walls. Some plans have additional shed roofs that create a covered area, this feature can be added if not on a desired plan.