|1.) Gable – The triangle end of a wall under a roof
forming of two sloping planes.
|2.) Gambrel – A ridged roof with two slopes on each side,
the lower slope having a steeper pitch, ex. a barn roof
|3.) Hip – A roof with all four sides meeting at the top|
|4.) Square on Hip – A hip with all four sides forming a
square on the top of the roof
|5.) Mansard – A steep, almost vertical roof usually with
dormer windows enclosing the top floor.
|6.) Saltbox – A gabled roof in which the rear slope is
much longer than the front.