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horizontal cedar rain screen exterior system
The exterior is marked by a horizontal cedar rain screen exterior system. The spacing and widths of the boards are designed so that they meet the head and sill reveals at every opening. The cedar has been left in its natural state
The exterior is marked by a horizontal cedar rain screen exterior system
system. The spacing and widths of the boards are designed so that they meet the head and sill reveals at every opening. The cedar has been left in its natural state and will naturally weather to a nice gray finish.
t studio; 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroomThe exterior is marked by a horizontal cedar rain screen exterior system. The spacing and widths of the boards are designed so that they meet the head and sill reveals at every opening. The cedar has been left in its natural state and will naturally weather to a nice
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Fauntleroy
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is the surface of deck porous or some solid, sealed material? i am curious how you manage rain run-off from above so as to maintain that beautiful undersurface of the deck.
Hi susrandall, The top deck surface is 1x 4 Ipe. The underside soffit of the deck is 1 x 2 cedar. The assembly drains through the bottom slats. The bottom slats have 3 coats of Sikkens finish on both sides. Periodic maintenance will be required
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cedar rain screen
rain screen siding
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Moore Residence
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cedar rain screen
Gray and natural cedar
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Hey there - this is called a rain screen application. There are several ways to achieve this look depending on slat size and gap size. If you look up the keyword on Houzz photos I'm sure you will see several additional examples of a rain screen. Please do not hesitate to write should you have any
Rain screen siding with huge gaps - fantastic.
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Roof Program: o Bedrooms: 3 o Baths: 2 o Features: Media Room, Roof Deck, Outdoor Fireplace, Screen Porch o Environmentally Friendly Features: Geothermal Heating/Cooling System Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Galvalume Metal Roof, Ipe Wood Decking o Interior: Bamboo Flooring
not caulked - seam "gap" is per manufacturers recommendation (about 1/4"). the installation is a rain screen. cement board panels are pre-drilled & screwed into 2x vertical furring strips w/rubber gaskets on building-wrapped exterior sheathing.
house cover a small volume, while cedar siding is used for the larger bar. The slate-blue color is carried into the space between the windows on the second floor.
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Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU), Rain Screen
Horizontal cedar non-clear boards
Rain screen exteriors
wood rain screen...cedar rain screen...rain screen siding
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Sleepy Hollow Residence
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I love your cedar lap siding and am planning to use it on my new home. My dilemma is whether to go with a 4 or 3 inch vertical overlap. My thought is that each will produce quite a different look, but I'm no expert. Can you please tell me what size overlap you have used here - is it 3 or 4 inch? Maybe
exterior. how much maintenance is required for this type of cedar siding as opposed to artisan siding? we are in the process of designing the exterior of our new MODERN home and are having trouble deciding on what to use. Everyone says that cedar loses its color and is hard to maintain and that stucco needs
Note how the use of a dramatic color stucco with a very high quality looking wood (cedar) can really pop
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