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A small sloping roof, the upper end of which butts against a wall of a house, usually above the first-floor window. If carried completely around the house, it is called a skirt roof. See also: Roof
A small eaves-like projection from the façade of a house between the first and second floors; has a single straight slope; may provide very limited shelter for a window or door directly below, but is usually merely decorative. Frequently called a visor roof
; also See skirt-roof
shed roof, pent roof
A roof shape having only one sloping plane.
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Inventory extension component D roofing works: insulated 3 pent roofs
, roof pitch 15 A, a total of approximately 62 mA.
Single-pitch roofs, or pent roofs
, give nearly the same headroom all the way round inside, although there is a slight slope to ensure rainwater flows away easily.
Single-pitch roofs,or pent roofs
,give nearly the same headroom all the way round inside,although there is a slight slope to ensure rain water flows away easily.
Glulam purlins provide for, set and up to 23 m3 pent roofs