a roof sloping downward in two parts at an angle from a central ridge, so as to leave a gable at each end.
The houses had a hearth and a stable under a gable roof and families lived together with their animals.
The main gable roof shingles are in reasonable condition, however, the integrity of the ridge covers must be evaluated.
Construct the gable roof so each side is the size of one half of the mud flat.
If your house has a gable roof, you should check to see whether the roof framing is braced.
If your property has a gable roof, check to see whether the roof framing is braced.
The chalet is the largest of the two structures and is a two-story building with a gable roof.
The mill is a two and one-half story frame building with a steep gable roof.
The house is sheathed in shiplap siding and has a steep gable roof.
The house is a single storied, clapboard structure with a medium gable roof, situated on a low brick foundation.
It is proposed to add gable roof to existing single story addition.
It is two-stories with a rectangular plan, lateral gable roof, and exterior end chimneys.
The gable roof extends out four feet to form an overhand.
The rectangular meeting house form church has a gable roof covered with composition shingles.
The main block of the house is one and one-half stories tall, with a side-facing gable roof and a stone foundation.
It is a one-story rectangular brick building, with a gable roof that originally contained four skylights.
The low-pitched gable roof has a projecting eave supported by large tie beams and sleepers.
The building is clapboard and the medium gable roof is presently covered with asphalt shingles.
The lateral gable roof is covered with a standing seam metal roof.
There are two dormers on each side of the gable roof, a single window on both gables, and a vent to the supra-attic.
The gable roof of medium pitch is covered by cypress shingles and has a boxed cornice with returns.
The home is a two-story, frame residence sheathed in weatherboarding with a cross-gable roof.
The church has a gable roof surmounted by a one-stage, inset steeple with spire and cross.
The structure features a low gable roof, with a projecting pent roof along the north façade.
The medium pitched gable roof is covered with metal, the ridge being parallel to the façade.
The church is a one-story, rectangular, brick building with a gable roof that has a boxed cornice with returns.
The one and one-half story, white clapboard siding house has a low-pitched gable roof.