pitched roof


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pitched roof

n.
A two-sided sloped roof having a gable at both ends. Also called gable roof.
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Typical works include:i) Erecting and dismantling scaffoldingii) Removing defective roof coverings and disposingiii) Renewing and repairing flat and pitched roof coverings e.
roof lights and solar panels to pitched roof over along rear elevation, removal of existing metal roller shutters/access to existing boundary wall and garage (to accommodate proposed new developments) and provision of new side access gate (along new side/rear access laneway) with minor internal alterations and all associated site, drainage and landscaping works at no.
A Leach, formation of | pitched roof to replace flat roof (conservation area), 101 Huddersfield Road, Meltham.
Police say they received a report of a body on a pitched roof at the back of Marks & Spencer, and emergency services were called.
Jan 16, 2015 (SeeNews) - Luxembourg-based pitched roof products supplier Braas Monier Building Group (ETR:BMSA) said it had finalised its acquisition of Tejas Cobert (Spain) and CT Cobert Telhas (Portugal) for EUR 26.
Pitched roof over existing garage/entrance to front.
READER Tony Guy sent in these pictures to back his call for the pitched roof above Coventry Transport Museum to be improved.
PV Racking offers Ground and Pitched Roof racking solutions, while SolarDock offers a Flat Roof racking solution.
The high winds left tiles, bricks and debris from the pitched roof piled on the pavement around the library on Saturday.
The brief also encouraged the architect to look beyond the formal identity of the pitched roof silhouette, to study the spaces between houses, in order to unpick how the relationship between such suburban forms create the sort of village-like interstitial spaces that the client wanted their new home to recreate.
ELY A new pitched roof over a garage and an extension to the back of 30 Archer Crescent.
Such a problem could have been avoided if the building had a conventional pitched roof with impervious Welsh slates, thus avoiding further costly repair bills.