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gable roof

[′gā·bəl ‚rüf]
(architecture)
A sloping peaked roof that forms a gable at each end.

gable roof

A roof having a gable at one or both ends; a roof sloping downward in two opposite directions from a central ridge, so as to form a gable at each end.
See also: Roof

gable roof

gable roof
A roof having a single slope on each side of a central ridge; usually with a gable at one or at both ends of the roof.
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Caption: Left: A typical western Pennsylvania corncrib with hatches in the gable roof for filling.
This is assessed by comparing the electricity and heat generation of each roof design to those of the gable roof.
The hip roof framing is slightly more complicated than a gable roof, and a bit more expensive to build.
60 x 12 x 6 m, 35 x 12 x 6 m, 55 x 12 x 6 m with a gable roof, including partial basement.
Tenders are invited for "Performing the repair of double-pitched roof of the building, located in the warehouse" Broad Meadow "in TD" State Reserve "- Plovdiv lots as follows: Lot 1:" Repair of double-pitched tin roof and installation of sheet metal sheathing building in warehouse "Broad Meadow"; Lot 2 "Painting the gable roof of galvanized steel building in warehouse" Broad Meadow "reserved under Art.
Demolition cultivation storey with basement, gable roof with pan cover approximately 990 m;- Demolition cultivation storey, gabled roof with pan cover about 50 m;- Demolition plastering 800 m.
Construction of a new hotel buildingConstruction of a gestaffelt-, multi-storey building with basement and partly a loft with the following buildings: Building A: 4 storeys, approximately 49 x 14,20 m, eaves height 13,60 m, gable roof 25 ; Section B: 3 storeys, about 49.
60 m Eaves height approx, gable roof 25 ; Component B: 3 storeys, dimensions approx 49x13,20 m, eaves height approximately 9.
Gable roof component C 1 North: roof pitch 15 A, foot, middle and ridge purlins approximately 9.
Hallerhaus, three floors, basement, gable roof / flat roof building volume approximately 10 000 m3, built in 1884
Square, hexagonal, or octagonal floor plans paired with roofs of multiple slopes, such as a four-sloped hip roof, hold up better under heavy wind than two-sloped gable roofs, which are common because they're inexpensive to build, says Taher, an engineer and university lecturer at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Bonn consisting of the hall arched roof above the rails 401 and 402, the pent roof above the house the platform and the cantilever roof to the track 403, as well as on both sides of the platform hall upstream lectern and gable roofs.