Curved Roof

The Curved roof is very modern and creates a unique roof design. The curve can vary from a slight curve to an arch shape and

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Conventional Style

“Conventional” styling simply means that it fits the norms that are well-established in most of the Western world. For the most part, designs that fit

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Contemporary Style

The Contemporary style includes simple, clean lines with large windows devoid of decorative trim. The exteriors are a mixture of siding, stucco, stone, brick and

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Condominium Style

A condominium is a large property complex divided into individual units and sold. Ownership usually includes a nonexclusive interest in certain “community property” controlled by

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Combination Roof

Using various roof designs on one home is called a Combination roof which adds interesting architectural appeal. This style is complex which will add more

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Colonial Style

Colonial-style homes normally have a square or rectangle shape, with the door located in the exact center and the same number of windows reflected perfectly

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Cape Cod Style

A Cape Cod house is a low, broad, single-story frame building with a moderately steep pitched gabled roof, a large central chimney, and very little

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Butterfly Roof

A Butterfly roof is angled up on the outside creating a V-shape which the two pieces meet in a valley in the midsection. Popular for

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Bungalow Style

A Bungalow is a low house, with a broad front porch, having either no upper floor or upper rooms set in the roof, typically with

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Bonnett Roof

Bonnet roofs are like a reverse Mansard roof. The lower slope hangs over the side of the house creating and excellent overhang for an open

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