Dutch Hip Roof Style
Dutch hip roof style is a combination between the hip roof and the gable roof and incorporates each style differently. The gable portion of the roof is represented by the triangular portion of the roof that is placed on top of the hip roof. The gable portion most likely is the additional triangular portion that stands alone in the middle of the roof. The purpose behind this style is to give additional space in the attic or to give extra windows for the perfect exterior aesthetic addition. The Dutch hip roof style, also referred to as a Boston hip roof, works well for garages, barns, and sheds, but also homes.
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