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Look Up at the Roof
The roof says it all when it comes to Cape Cod and Dutch Colonial houses. The Cape Cod house has a gabled roof, which means the roof has two sloping sides that meet at a ridge. In the case of the Dutch Colonial house, the roof has a gambrel roof: There are two sides and each side has two slopes.  The first slope is shallow and the second is steep.  While the Cape Cod roof is triangular, the Dutch gambrel roof is bell-shaped.

In the 17th century, both types of roofs were common in the English and Dutch settlements because they prevented the accumulation of snow and rain . They were used on the rudimentary one and one-and-a-half story structures that sheltered the inhabitants.

Owning a magnificent Queenslander, Colonial, Workers Cottage or even a more modern home can now become a reality. Buying a removal home is an affordable, exciting and popular option. But before you rush out and purchase the first removal home you see here are 10 things you need to know so you can make the right choice.

1. DO NOT BUY PRIVATELY .  This is the number one priority as inexperienced vendors and purchasers trying to save money by DIY selling/buying a removal home are walking on a potential mine field.  To avoid pitfalls and unnecessary additional expense and the possibility of losing money and the removal home, use the expertise of Dalby Removal Homes, who will walk you through the step-by-step process of securing your very own removal home.

10.  DO NOT BUY PRIVATELY.  This cannot be emphasized enough. Be guided by the experience of Dalby Removal Homes, who will walk you through the step-by-step process of securing your very own removal home.

Explore Linda Welker's board "Colonial Design & Decor" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Home ideas , My house and Blue.

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Colonials: Design Ideas for Renovating, Remodeling, and Build (Updating Classic America) [Matthew Schoenherr] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Look Up at the Roof
The roof says it all when it comes to Cape Cod and Dutch Colonial houses. The Cape Cod house has a gabled roof, which means the roof has two sloping sides that meet at a ridge. In the case of the Dutch Colonial house, the roof has a gambrel roof: There are two sides and each side has two slopes.  The first slope is shallow and the second is steep.  While the Cape Cod roof is triangular, the Dutch gambrel roof is bell-shaped.

In the 17th century, both types of roofs were common in the English and Dutch settlements because they prevented the accumulation of snow and rain . They were used on the rudimentary one and one-and-a-half story structures that sheltered the inhabitants.

Owning a magnificent Queenslander, Colonial, Workers Cottage or even a more modern home can now become a reality. Buying a removal home is an affordable, exciting and popular option. But before you rush out and purchase the first removal home you see here are 10 things you need to know so you can make the right choice.

1. DO NOT BUY PRIVATELY .  This is the number one priority as inexperienced vendors and purchasers trying to save money by DIY selling/buying a removal home are walking on a potential mine field.  To avoid pitfalls and unnecessary additional expense and the possibility of losing money and the removal home, use the expertise of Dalby Removal Homes, who will walk you through the step-by-step process of securing your very own removal home.

10.  DO NOT BUY PRIVATELY.  This cannot be emphasized enough. Be guided by the experience of Dalby Removal Homes, who will walk you through the step-by-step process of securing your very own removal home.

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Look Up at the Roof
The roof says it all when it comes to Cape Cod and Dutch Colonial houses. The Cape Cod house has a gabled roof, which means the roof has two sloping sides that meet at a ridge. In the case of the Dutch Colonial house, the roof has a gambrel roof: There are two sides and each side has two slopes.  The first slope is shallow and the second is steep.  While the Cape Cod roof is triangular, the Dutch gambrel roof is bell-shaped.

In the 17th century, both types of roofs were common in the English and Dutch settlements because they prevented the accumulation of snow and rain . They were used on the rudimentary one and one-and-a-half story structures that sheltered the inhabitants.

Owning a magnificent Queenslander, Colonial, Workers Cottage or even a more modern home can now become a reality. Buying a removal home is an affordable, exciting and popular option. But before you rush out and purchase the first removal home you see here are 10 things you need to know so you can make the right choice.

1. DO NOT BUY PRIVATELY .  This is the number one priority as inexperienced vendors and purchasers trying to save money by DIY selling/buying a removal home are walking on a potential mine field.  To avoid pitfalls and unnecessary additional expense and the possibility of losing money and the removal home, use the expertise of Dalby Removal Homes, who will walk you through the step-by-step process of securing your very own removal home.

10.  DO NOT BUY PRIVATELY.  This cannot be emphasized enough. Be guided by the experience of Dalby Removal Homes, who will walk you through the step-by-step process of securing your very own removal home.

Explore Linda Welker's board "Colonial Design & Decor" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Home ideas , My house and Blue.

Find and save ideas about Modern colonial on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Colonial exterior, Colonial and Colonial style homes.

Colonials: Design Ideas for Renovating, Remodeling, and Build (Updating Classic America) [Matthew Schoenherr] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Look Up at the Roof
The roof says it all when it comes to Cape Cod and Dutch Colonial houses. The Cape Cod house has a gabled roof, which means the roof has two sloping sides that meet at a ridge. In the case of the Dutch Colonial house, the roof has a gambrel roof: There are two sides and each side has two slopes.  The first slope is shallow and the second is steep.  While the Cape Cod roof is triangular, the Dutch gambrel roof is bell-shaped.

In the 17th century, both types of roofs were common in the English and Dutch settlements because they prevented the accumulation of snow and rain . They were used on the rudimentary one and one-and-a-half story structures that sheltered the inhabitants.


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