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PORCH ROOF types

, from a tiny gable at the entry to a full-width construction that wraps around the house on two or more sides. , where the roof, where the porch roof is merely an extension of the roof of the house. Still others may accommodate roofed structures within the roof massing, such as gazebo bump-outs.

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