shed roof


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shed roof

[′shed ′rüf]
(architecture)
A flat roof that slopes in one direction and may lean against another wall or building. Also known as lean- to roof.

shed roof

A roof shape having only one sloping plane. See also: Roof

shed roof, pent roof

shed roof
A roof shape having only one sloping plane.
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2 200 m 2 shed roof, sheet metal side, - about 1 300 m 2 shed roof glass side, - approx.
The yobs wrecked a kids wooden ship, fence panels and a shed roof in the attack at Ysgol Bodhyfryd Playgroup yard in Hightown.
A neighbour stood on his garden shed roof to pluck Lena Erskine's eight-month-old daughter Mackenzie to safety.
Builder and farmer Aled Evans, 29, of Rhydymain, Gwynedd, fractured his skull after falling 25ft from a shed roof.
Q I have covered my shed roof with green mineral felt four times but it keeps leaking.
Inspectors found a leaking shed roof, holes in a turkey shed made by rats, gulls feeding on scrap meat and loose polythene bags containing waste meat liquid.
WATER leaks from the shed roof which "could allow transfer of infection";
unified under the gentle curve of a warped shed roof.
Photos of the residential Lucy House, 2001-2002, show a simple rectangular structure with a large, overhanging shed roof.
Her coaster consisted of twin planks that extended off the shed roof and a "car" that ran on baby buggy wheels.
Subtle Craftsman style is evident in this three-bedroom home, with its rafter-tails and pillars supporting the shed roof.
Pitching up from the entry side, the house's gray metal shed roof vanishes against the sky, so the two-story scale of the house remains hidden on approach along the ramp.