A hip roofis also referred to as hipped roof or hip-roof. It is a roof type that incorporates roof sections that are directed downward to the walls. The slope that this roof has is typically fairly gentle. By definition, then, a hipped roof house comes without any gables as there are practically no vertical sides on the roof. Shape-wise, a hipped roof is comparable to a pyramid, particularly if it is designed in square construction. A rectangular hipped roof, logically, has four sides, all of which are designed with the same pitch or slope. The edge of the roof is level, which makes it possible to install the gutters all around.
A hip roof is beneficial because it is braced by its own, in contrast to a gable roof, which is held by a diagonal bracing. This makes hipped roofs more suitable for areas where hurricane frequently strikes, especially when coupled with steep pitch (an angle of 35 degrees, at least). But it also comes with disadvantages. Living space could be limited within the space of the roof and maintenance should be expected to be difficult as access is also limited.
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