Log Cabin Style

A log cabin is a small log house, especially a less finished or architecturally sophisticated structure. Log cabins have an ancient history in Europe, and

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Jerkinhead Roof

Referred to sometimes as clipped Gable or English hip roofs and are more stable than a regular Gable roof. By clipping the roof points downward,

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Hip Roof

This type of roof slopes on all four sides, are equal in length, and join at the top forming a ridge. A Hip roof is

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Georgian Style

Georgian houses are characterized by their: Rigid symmetry in building mass as well as window and door placement. Brick, stone, or stucco (brick is most

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Gambrel Roof

Referred to often as a barn roof and similar to the Mansard style except the Gambrel has only 2 sides. Similar also in that it

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Gable Roof

Known as a pitched or peaked roof, this style, having a triangular shape, is one of the most popular in the United States. The Gable

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French Style

French house styles tend to be simple, square, and symmetrical. They resemble small manor homes with massive hipped roofs and window shutters or decorative quoins.

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Flat Roof

A Flat roof is what its name suggests, however, it does have a slight pitch to allow of water runoff. Generally used on commercial and

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Farmhouse Style

A farmhouse is a building that serves as the primary residence in a rural or agricultural setting. Historically, farmhouses were often combined with space for

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Dome Roof

The polygonal shape of the Dome roof is unique and aethetically pleasing. This style of roof is an excellent choice for gazebos, cupolas, or crow’s

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