New German/angled roof: a pitch of 45°
This roofing type is common thanks to its versatility. In those areas that frequently see strong wind current, gable roofs are designed steeply in order to prevent water from entering the building. In those areas under the categories of alpine and mountainous, gable roofs are built shallower because this constructions means that the roofs can withstand snow better. Another thing that makes gable roofs preferable is their simplicity. Each roof section is rectangular in shape and the roof timbers are much easier to construct. This causes gable roofs to have the benefits other roofing types cannot offer. They (the gable roofs) employ fewer details so they require less work and cost. Asymmetrical gable roofs are created when the two roof sections are different in the length of their pitch.
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