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TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
Snow-melt
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A snow melt system installed below hand set granite pavers, creates a courtyard which is functional and enjoyable throughout the year.
snow melt system under the patio around the fire pit
heated pathways for less snow accumulation
place where your roof can shed snow safely. Metal roofs can shed snow so quickly, it can cause another problem — giant snow piles surrounding the house!
heated pavers to melt snow on paths to entries
The Exterior6. Install a snow-melting system beneath frequently used paths. This technology can greatly reduce the time and money you spend shoveling and
but it may be worth it if you spend a great deal of money and effort on snow removal each winter.7. Choose easy-to-shovel paths. Gravel paths may look
heated stone path? for snow and ice......effort on snow removal each winter.
“radiant heat under pavers” — dre25
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
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Colorado Residence
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place where your roof can shed snow safely. Metal roofs can shed snow so quickly, it can cause another problem — giant snow piles surrounding the house!
your roof can shed snow safely. Metal roofs can shed snow so quickly, it can cause an­other prob­lem — gi­ant snow piles sur­r
place where your roof can shed snow safely. Metal roofs can shed snow so quickly, it can cause another problem — giant snow piles surrounding the house!
pipe to go. Since water and snow run down the roof and collect along the eaves, the top is the least-likely spot for snow and ice to build up and cause
cause a leak.4. Choose a metal roof. It’s the most durable option, sheds snow with ease and rarely springs a leak. Asphalt shingles also stand up well in harsh
“overhang in front should capitalize on passive solar and should be impressive from the water” — fireside11
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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Winter Cabin
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Safety first. Snow falls in a variety of density and moisture content. This creates layers in the snow, which act as shear planes. If the snow falls off in
No sense in letting all of that snow get tracked inside. See more of this cozy Vermont cabin
8. Keep that snow or lawn service coming. Not only will
Snow shedding. Understand the pitch of the roof and where the snow sheds. Keep children and pets away from shedding
killed from snow dumps. It is very important to consider the position and form of the entry and to ensure it is clear of any potential snow shedding. This
“color combo” — Rich Abercrombie
Northern Virginia Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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place where your roof can shed snow safely. Metal roofs can shed snow so quickly, it can cause another problem — giant snow piles surrounding the house!
pine needles, snow and ice can accumulate in nooks and crannies, causing major damage. A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily. 2
Another way to look at snow. Reminds me of all the Aniv. trips
pine needles, snow and ice can accumulate in nooks and crannies, causing major damage. A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily.
pine needles, snow and ice can accumulate in nooks and crannies, causing major damage. A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily.2. Avoid
“337” — estella34
BAAN design
Murto residence
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beauty, beauty snow gathered round the modern home
A black house looks especially incredible in the snow. Quite serene and Nordic.More: Tour a black modern makeover in ArizonaShou-Sogi-Ban is Setting the
And black stands out against the snow...Black Nordic house in the snow...dark in the snow...Black in snow...Snow with the blk theme
“breezeway from garage to house?” — amygold88
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Vermont Lake House
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red cedar shingles, copper snow belt along roofline
the copper snow belt on the roof - love the
and a copper snow belt along the roofline are the home’s primary exterior materials
red cedar shingles and a copper snow belt along the roof
the accent, but don't need a snow guard in Tucson
Red cedar shingles and a copper snow belt along the roofline are the home’s primary exterior materials
Red cedar shingles and a copper snow belt along the roofline are the home’s primary exterior materials.
"copper snow belt" along roof border...Cedar shingles and copper snow belt
“Lake house” — Cruz Chavez
Longfield Gardens
blue bulbs
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Glory of the snow Glory of the Snow (Chionodoxa forbesii) Though
Glory of the Snow (Chionodoxa forbesii) Though they look
Glory of the Snow. Full sun, 4-8". Blooms late winter, early spring. Plant 3" deep.
the Snow(Chionodoxa forbesii)Though they look delicate, this plant's small, star-shaped flowers can be found blooming cheerfully through the snow, hence
Glory of the Snow / Chionodoxa forbesii...Glory of the Snow (Chionodoxa forbesii)
“This is the flower that I've been trying to find out about since we moved here.” — kveljkovic
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
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How does the roof cope with the snow load? In my mind, flat roofs and a lot of snow are not a good combination.
don't spoil the view in mountain/snow country. and snow is a good insulator so the insulation R-value goes up the more snow there is.
And whenever it snows, the flat roof supports an additional insulating blanket. The R-value, or resistance to heat flow, for snow is about R-1 per inch
nearly flat roof, but I prefer overhangs. R-1 per inch for snow? nice.
cavity. And whenever it snows, the flat roof supports an additional insulating blanket. The R-value, or resistance to heat flow, for snow is about R-1 per inch
typically find that the depth of the structural framing required to support snow loads on flat roofs in my area coincides nicely with the amount of insulation
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