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Veranda Products | Built by Barrette
Beautiful, Functional Fencing
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Wind Code Approved solid 8-foot privacy fence in "sand" color. Meets Miami Dade wind code. Veranda fencing built by Barrette and manufactured exclusively for The Home Depot.
Miami Dade wind code
Wind Code Approved
Veranda Products | Built by Barrette
Beautiful, Functional Fencing
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Traditional white scallop picket fence with a low-maintenance twist. And it meets Miami Dade wind code. Vinyl Veranda fencing built by Barrette and manufactured exclusively for The Home Depot.
Miami Dade wind code
Wind Code Approved
Veranda Products | Built by Barrette
Beautiful, Functional Fencing
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Traditional 3-rail post and rail fence in low maintenance white vinyl. Wind code approved - meets Miami Dade wind code with additional products and assembly. Veranda fencing built by Barrette and manufactured exclusively for The Home Depot.
Miami Dade wind code
“vinyl white” — melminor
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The Fence Authority
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Pool Fences: PVC/Vinyl: Cottonwood
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With a contemporary picket design, Cottonwood is both Pool Code Approved and Wind Code Approved. Made with SolarGuard technology for color that lasts, Cottonwood is available in white, sand, and wicker at a height of 60”.
“pool fencing, higher” — iowician
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
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Pac Heights Penthouse
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This glass windscreen was approved by the City when the project was completed a couple of years ago.
Nice way to give yourself a Wind break
Gives great wind block and some privacy
Apparent stone deck surface and wind break glass
The wind break...Glass wind break...Wind wall
“pots” — sassysil
Begrand Fast Design Inc.
Main Deck
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We live outside of Denver in high prairie - so much wind and dirt.
Thinking of something like this for on top of our cottage's boat house on a lake. We get dirt from wind, bugs, etc. Is it difficult
thanks -we decided on steel (rust colored) balusters and I hope to put a trellis on some areas to mitigate wind.
“lake view” — Heba AbouRabia
Nick Deaver Architect
5 Reviews
Walkabout Exterior
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connections need to be designed to deal with the weight being carried, as well as any shear forces (wind & earthquake - depending on where you live). The roof panels are also subject to uplift from the wind. You'd be surprised by how much harm these things can do.
Design for uplift. Hurricane-force winds can pull buildings apart. Roof structures are particularly prone to being sent flying, a danger to everyone and everything around. So using the correct, and in many places code-mandated, construction fastening system is a must. From tie-downs
3. Design for uplift. Hurricane-force winds can pull buildings apart. Roof structures are particularly prone to being sent flying, a danger to everyone and everything around. So using the correct, and in many places code-mandated, construction fastening system is a must. From tie-downs
“sunsetter” — Pradeep Kundur
kbcdevelopments
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Echo Beach
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Yes. We are required to use a building code approved membrane in all shower areas. We recommend using Schluter's shower membrane. Be sure to check what is required in your municipality's building code. Thanks for your interest! www.kbcdevelopments.com
client, which allows them to specify if they want it lighter or darker, more blue or more gray, and so on. Samples are specifically developed for approval on each project, allowing it to be suited to the design, aesthetic and environment of the home. What you see is concrete with a decorative cement
client, which allows them to specify if they want it lighter or darker, more blue or more gray, and so on. Samples are specifically developed for approval on each project, allowing it to be suited to the design, aesthetic and environment of the home. System One Floors helped us on this project. Contact
“floor” — bettystinson
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