Catslide roof volume calculator

Catslide roof | skeleton

Catslide roof | formula

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The formula is also suitable for cubic feet.

Calculate the volume of a Catslide roof

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Metic
– Metric form gives cubic meters / m3
– Fill out meters with decimals (e.g. 1 or 1.2 or 1.23)
– Decimals with a point ‘.’ , not a comma ‘,’

Imperial
– Imperial form gives cubic feet
– Fill out ‘0 inches’ if you have only feet.

 

Catslide roof | isometric view

Catslide roof | top view

About the Catslide roof

The catslide roof is a variant of both the regular gable roof and the asymmetrical gable roof.

It’s effectively a regular gable roof extended on one side to the extent that there’s one less story at the rear than at the front.

The catslide roof is the traditional roof type you’ll find on New England ‘saltbox houses’, which have two stories at the front and one at the rear.

Extending the roof plane from main-eave height down to ground-floor eave height, as is the case with the catslide roof, has the effect of providing greater area under the roof without increasing the ridge height.

Synonyms catslide roof

You’ll hear different terms used for the catslide roof, including the saltbox roof. And maybe asymmetrical gable roof.

See also

calculate content of gable-roof
gable roof
calculate content of asymetrical-gable-roof
asymmetrical gable roof
truncated saddle roof
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Catslide roof | Kerkdriel – the Netherlands
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Catslide roof | Kerkdriel – the Netherlands