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A-Frame House Plans

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Most people picture an A-frame house tucked along the side of a lake or covered in snow as an alpine lodge. This is because that is exactly where you tend to find them. Their design characteristic make them well suited for these uses.

Characteristics of an A-Frame Style House

  • Low gable roof that extends down close to the ground.
  • Steep roof pitch that when combines with steel roofing does a very good job of shedding snow.

A-Frame Homes tend to have a warm and cozy feel that is typical of a mountain lodge or vacation home. This simple design is rooted in our past from days when settlers built them.

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