Gable Patio designs are a crowd favourite. Gable roof patios are endowed with an open feel that will enrich your home and outdoor area. The pitched roof of a gable patio complements traditional house roofs and adds a sense of spaciousness to covered areas.

Custom Gable Patio Designs

Our custom gable designs incorporate various truss patterns including heritage style web designs or a more contemporary cranked beam or top rafter set only. Gable patio designs are available with hip ends, pyramid style gazebos, attached or freestanding, with Colorbond roof sheeting or insulated roof panels. The option to infill gable ends with translucent polycarbonate provides additional weatherproofing without compromising light transmission.

Stratco Outback Gable Patios

The Stratco Outback Gable exhibits a strong presence and style, with the pitched roof that can be used as a carport, pergola, veranda or patio.

Outback gables are well known for their uncluttered ceiling appearance. Outback gables feature impressive open spans, minimal framework and no welded trusses. The pre painted, high gloss Colorbond steel sheeting ensures the steel substrate is uncompromised for a longer design life.

Stratco Patios

Stratco Outback

The single span Outback sheets offer an extraordinary visual appearance with no purlins from ridge to gutter. Outback gables are available in a variety of designs; from the heritage style ‘traditional’ carports and Dutch gable to the more modern and contemporary style ‘clearspan gables’. Stratco Cooldek panels offer impressive thermal properties and enhance the visual impact of a pitched roof design.

Enhance your lifestyle with a Stratco Gable Patio, veranda or carport from Abel Patios.

Available as a freestanding unit or attached to your home, the Stratco Outback Gable can be combined with flat roof or with pergola sections with the prominent pitched roof becoming the main feature of the design.

The gable is available in our Multispan or Clearspan design.

Multispan Gable Patio

Offering a range of roof cladding materials, the Outback Multispan Gable features purlins that are placed over the rafters in the roof. This supports the cladding, which can be the classic corrugated steel, light and airy polycarbonate, or smooth Outback Deck.

Clearspan Gable Patio

Using only the Outback Deck, the Outback Clearspan Gable uses a self supporting roof sheet that does not need extra purlins to support it. This leaves the roof area clean and uncluttered. With a 22 degree pitch, the Clearspan Gable can span an impressive 7.5 metres wide. See more images in our Gallery.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a gable patio?

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The gable roof has two sloping sides that meet at a ridge or apex, forming a triangular shape. This pitched design often complements house roofs and is generally considered a more traditional patio design. Gable patios offer improved ventilation and ample overhead space. Gable patios are known for their versatility and can be customised to suit various architectural styles and preferences.

How much does a gable patio usually cost?

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Gable patios are generally considered an upgrade to flat patios. The cost can vary depending on factors such as the size of the patio, materials used, additional features, and customisation options. At Abel Patios’ we can assess individual requirements and provide a personalised quote based on your desired specifications, ensuring an accurate understanding of the cost associated with a gable patio design. Get in touch with our team today.

What are gable infills?

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Gable patios comprise of triangular trusses at each end of the patio. To minimize the exposure to wind driven rain and afternoon sun, the gable end can be infilled with diffused polycarbonate or solid roof sheeting. Alternatively, to preserve balcony views, a gable end should be left open and therefore an infill may not be suitable.

What is the difference between a gable and skillion patio?

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A gable patio features a traditional peaked roof with two sloping sides that meet at a ridge, creating a triangular shape, while a skillion patio, has a single sloping roof with a steeper pitch, resulting in a modern, minimalist look. The gable patio offers a classic and spacious aesthetic, whereas the skillion patio provides a sleek and contemporary design with a focus on simplicity. For more information on which patio is more suited to your home, get in touch with the team at Abel Patios today!