Beautiful Saltbox Roof
A sloping gable roof, cut short on the back side, defines a saltbox-style house. Here the roof has the traditional shingle covering. The saltbox takes its name from Colonial-era wooden salt boxes. The style was common in New England from about 1680 to 1830, though this is a somewhat whimsical modern adaptation.
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Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used roofing material in North America mainly because they are economical and versatile, work well on steep-sloped roofs, are sunlight and weather resistant, require little-to-no maintenance and are reasonably priced. In addition, asphalt shingles are also easy to cut, fasten, and fit, as well as being compatible with many different kinds of flashing and edging products.
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