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Decorative Cedar Gable Brackets, Custom Wood Gable Decorations, & Trusses

Multiple pitches shown to have decorative cedar wood gables and gable brackets.Our decorative cedar gables (or sometimes called gable pediments) and architectural gable brackets are designed to accommodate virtually any pitch. We list four of the more common roof pitches, however, we can fabricate to virtually any pitch based on your specific needs. All roof pitches are listed as rise/run for clarity. Only two variables are needed to determine the full specifications of any of our pitches: length and pitch. From there the height is determined mathematically. If you prefer to provide us with the height and pitch instead, we can calculate the length for you based on your specifications. To request a quote on a custom decorative wood trusses please fill out our quote request form.

Cedar Gable Decorations are a great way to accent roof pitches and are extremely popular in Craftsman style homes and Victorian style homes. Gable designs are sometimes referred to as a gable pediments or decorative gable trusses. These faux arches made of solid cedar beams are a great way to add decor to your home. Click the Downloadable Pitch Template and print in landscape mode as a .PDF. Hold the template up to your gable roof line to ballpark the size of your pitch. Gable Truss Roof Pitch ChartIf it does not EXACTLY match one of the listed pitches then give us a call or consult with a local handyman or contractor. If you would like to calculate the pitch yourself you can also read our article titled 5 Ways to Determine Roof Pitch which will walk you step-by-step on how to measure for and calculate the pitch of your roof. Click here for our Printable Roof Pitch Chart and How to Measure Pitch of Roof

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Hip Roof vs. Gable Roof: The Two Most Common Roofing Structures for Cedar Gables

The entire purpose of your roof is to preserve the structure of your home and its contents. Most roofs are sloped at an angle to allow water, melting snow, and sleet to run off. There are various ways to design a roof that will not only protect your home from the external environment but also give you a look that will suit your style and comfort.

The main difference between a hip roof and gable roof is the slope of its sides. On a hipped roof, all of the sides of the roof slope specifically down the home's walls. Gable roofs typically only have two triangle-shaped slopes that extend from the bottom to the peak of its ridge, which is called the pitch.

A hip roof does not have any vertical ends and is sloped on all sides. All of the sloped sides meet at the peak of a square roof structure. However, there can be a rectangular roof structure at the peak, where the ends of the slopes end inward to form a ridge with adjacent sides.

A gable roof has triangle-shaped slopes that extend from the bottom of the roof's eaves to the peak of the ridge (pitch). Gable roofs only have two slopes that meet at the peak, and the rest of the space is enclosed with the home's wall structure. There are a few different common types of roofing structures for homes in America, like flat roofs or shed roofs.

Either way, Flower Window Boxes has you covered with decorative cedar gables for whichever roofing style you have. Give us a call to get a custom quote or request help if you cannot find the right size or structure for your home!