But if the bathroom is on the second floor and cannot be vented down using the strategies outlined above, and you have a hip roof
since you have no gables, you may have to vent it through a soffit.
The first geometry is a commonly used hip roof
with a 45 tech tilt angle and varying side angles (Figure 6).
Square, hexagonal, or octagonal floor plans paired with roofs of multiple slopes, such as a four-sloped hip roof
, hold up better under heavy wind than two-sloped gable roofs, which are common because they're inexpensive to build, says Taher, an engineer and university lecturer at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
metal storage building with a roof step, a pole barn with a hip roof
, and a single-family residence round out the book.
We wanted to keep the shape and style of the original homes, including the gable roof of one and hip roof
of the other," Shemchuk says of his solution.
A sleeping porch, located on the second floor off of a bedroom, is protected by the main hip roof
of the house.
Or they might hire a subcontractor to install kitchen cabinets or hire a roof framing subcontractor to cut a hip roof
with complicated dormers.
The structure has a steep hip roof
, bay window and distinctive roof-mounted sign.
ARTBIN's new 6-Tray Hip Roof
Box (Model 8937AB) is made of durable polymer and features substantial latches to assure safe transport of art supplies.
Jane Rohde: Nice hip roof
and projection with combined bays .
A hotel has been operated on the site since 1917, and today its restaurants and lounge are housed in a building that was constructed in 1932 - with the distinctive hip roof
and second-floor lanais of bygone Hawaii.
The 45-degree side of the table is for cutting miters on hip roof
soffits (see "How to Handle Soffit Corners on Hip Roofs