The simplified gable roof gazebo design of the Orlando shade shelter results in a clean, economical model. Exceptional craftsmanship and high quality materials that are standard on all of our designs.
• Cost-effective design
• Nearly any size is available both standard and custom.
• Gable roof end may be enclosed
• Easily customized
• Measured eave to eave
A 20′ x 20′ Orlando model with custom with chord beam and kingpost. This gable roof structure is located in Anthems-Aspen in Broomfield, CO with HR-36 roof in Cool Dark Bronze color and 4:12 pitch. Stone surrounds is by others.
An Orlando gable roof shade model manufactured by Classic Recreation with custom rock surrounds at Moonbeam Patch Park. This shelter provides an elegant seating area by the custom fireplace for enjoying the incredible views.
Orlando model 20’ x 30’ with custom 10’ dormers and tongue & groove sub-roof. The gable pavilion accentuates community gathering at the town park in Herriman, UT.
Extensively customized 22′ x 27′ Orlando model features trellis and vinyl lattice ornamentation, along w/ 2 & 3-post construction. Located in Prospector Park at Verrado in Goodyear, AZ. The site painted white frame & Cedarlite shake roof (by others) on a T & G subroof creates a vintage gable patio cover style.
The most common roofing found on structures across the country is gable roofs. These have the classic roofing appearance most people associate with residential houses. In addition to looking great and really tying the exterior appearance of a structure together, gable roofing offers some other exceptional advantages. They are resistant against most types of weather. Since the roof mostly consists of a slope, rain and snow will effortlessly roll off the side into your gutters, so you do not have to worry about water pooling. Gable roofs are the ultimate residential roof style, and the architectural variations make it a versatile choice for new construction.