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Phantom Screens
6 Reviews
Waterfront living with motorized retractable screens
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of their seaside views, they decided to add a new porch to the existing building. The homeowners needed a screen solution for their new porch that would
“fence” — vadimka
Phantom Screens
6 Reviews
Phantom retractable screens at the Kuppersmith Project
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Screens build into cedar beams... what if we added 2 additional cedar beams to help with
“Retractable shades- very cool” — wmworley
Phantom Screens
6 Reviews
Waterfront living with motorized retractable screens
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of their seaside views, they decided to add a new porch to the existing building. The homeowners needed a screen solution for their new porch that would
“love the screens” — Dave C.
Phantom Screens
6 Reviews
Retractable screens bring outdoor living - Okanagan style
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windows at the top if we build a wall would let in light. phantom screens
“grill and screens” — jcastan2
DreamGarage.com
Detached Attached Garage
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side of building aesthetics
“Carport” — kenn7277
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
6 Reviews
Hockley Valley Home
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toilet (based on using as an occasional base for Phil whilst building). . probably (aesthetically) better to use shed roof for PV cells for solar power.
8 feet long. A face cord is usually adequate for limited seasonal or aesthetic use only, whereas one or more cords would serve an average, well-insulated
“All of it!” — cathiee
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
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on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems, collectively achieving overall
Connection between buildings...New build--old aesthetics :)
“fence to go with Greek Revival” — sylgreer
Modern Living Room
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The track. While I personally don’t mind the raw aesthetic of an exposed track, it’s definitely a prominent design element. Depending
clearances etc.). Tracks need not interfere with the overhead interior aesthetic, as demonstrated by this living room. When the door is lifted vertically
The track. While I personally don’t mind the raw aesthetic of an exposed track, it’s definitely a prominent design element. Depending
clearances etc.).Tracks need not interfere with the overhead interior aesthetic, as demonstrated by this living room. When the door is lifted vertically
“2 storey lake side design could work in Meaford with a back split entry at the front door” — peterjlawson
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