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Attached Gable / Hip

Keeping the advantages and conveniences of an adjoining structure, attached gable / hip greenhouses slope in two or more directions, allowing larger, more flexible footprints for a given pitch and eave height.

Gable roofs have two opposing, sloped sides that terminate in a vertical wall that continues vertically to the ridge.

Hip roofs maintain a consistent eave height, with all three (or more) walls sloping towards a central point or ridge.