Roof Style Options

In Roof Style Options by Janet Thome

Dave’s Signature Roof

Gable Front With Dormers And Egress Windows For A Sleeping Loft

You Will Have Your Choice Of Various Roof Style Options

Every cabin is custom built to order and you will have various roof style options.  The models are just examples and show how versatile Dave Bates, the builder is. Dave’s signature cabin has a front gable with the slope of a triangle or as Dave calls it, a teepee look and  a sleeping loft with dormers and egress windows. Egress windows are sized accordingly by the park model code which is required for certified park models and will be large enough to escape in case of a fire. The dormers on each side allow for more head space and storage. You will also have your choice of color for your roof.

Gabel Front and Sleeping Loft With Dormers

The featured cabin is The Fishing Cabin. 

Inside view from the loft

Shed Style Roof: Has A Single Slope

The featured cabin is The Urban Cabin.

Inside view from the loft

Gabel Front With Small Storage Loft And Sleeping Loft With Dormers

The storage loft in  front has a tiny window in front and cannot be used for sleeping. The featured cabin is The Double Loft Cabin With Office. 

Double Gable Roof: No Dormers Or Egress Windows

The front loft is a small loft for storage or a beautiful spot for plants and the larger loft in back is for all your hideaway storage. Both lofts have tiny windows that crank open.

The lofts are NOT CODED FOR SLEEPING. The windows are too small to get out of in case of a fire, not worth the chance. The Nostalgia Cottage has a bedroom on the ground floor. This is my cabin and I chose this roof because it is my favorite style.

Inside view of storage loft

Gable Front With A Storage Loft

The featured cabin is The North40 Cabin. 

Double Gable Without A Loft: Single Story Cabin

The featured cabin is The Cedar Cabin Duplex

Low Pitch Roof With Dormers And Egress Windows

A low pitch roof allows for more head room. There are a few cabins featured here that all have a low pitch roof.

Gable Roof On Each End With A Low Pitch Roof In Between The Gables

The featured cabin is The Lake View Cabin. I am a big fan of gables and I love the design of the gable over the deck . The low pitch roof allows for more head room.

Inside View Of Loft

High Pitch Gable With Dormers, Egress Windows And Sleeping Loft

The cabin featured is The Hampton’s Cabin. The cabin has a 3′ overhang over a 2′ deck.

Roof Color Choices

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Call or email Janet Thome

Cell 509 770 1694

509 345 2013

 janet@tinyportablecedarcabins.com

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