Garden Shed Roof Types


Garden Shed Roof Types

  9 July 2014

If you've been shopping around for garden sheds, you probably understand the myriad of choices in the market. Garden sheds come in a range of designs, sizes and with an array of optional extras. But probably one of the biggest decisions you will have to make is the type of roofing you want. In this blog, we try to explain the main roof types available to you through Sheds n Homes.

Flat Roof
Flat roof garden sheds are the least expensive model in our range of small back yard structures. As the name suggest, a flat roof is level, with wall heights being even on all sides.

Skillion Roof
The skillion roof is probably one of the most popular roof types, and features a single roof pane that is on a slight angle again to allow water to easily run off it. This is a very modern looking garden shed.

Gable Roof
The gable roof is the one that most resembles a traditional house roof, with the sides of the roof meeting at a central apex. This type of roof is the best to allow rain to easily run down.

Truss Roof
This model incorporates trusses within the roof, adding more strength and support for larger sheds. The truss looks like a gable roof, with added reinforcement.

In addition to the roof options on offer, we also offer compact off-the-wall models and pet aviary houses. Our stores located in high wind regions also can offer customers a model that is tailored to suit extreme wind conditions. 

For more information about our range of EasySHED garden sheds contact your local store on 1800 764 764.

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