62,873 mississippi contractor Home Design Photos

Ganger Property Mangement
Rustic Kitchen Remodel
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mississippi contractor
Ganger Property Mangement
Rustic Kitchen Remodel
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mississippi contractor
Ganger Property Mangement
Rustic Kitchen Remodel
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mississippi contractor
Ganger Property Mangement
Rustic Kitchen Remodel
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mississippi contractor
Beard + Riser Architects
Exterior, Rear
Ideabooks1,858
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Rare is a house covered completely in corrugated metal. In most cases it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even as the various materials work together in this contemporary rural home.
This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser — featured in my ideabook on corrugated panels — echoes the rural vernacular with its inexpensive materials
This house in Mississippi by Beard + Riser Architects is oriented along an east-west axis to maximize solar control. The front of the house faces south and features a large
“use of galvanized metal” — Kate
Beard + Riser Architects
exterior view from rear
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Rare is a house covered completely in corrugated metal. In most cases it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even as the various materials work together in this contemporary rural home.
Rare is a house covered completely in corrugated metal. In most cases it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even as the various materials work together in this contemporary rural home.
“Love this green house idea” — diswhiz13
Jose Garcia Design
1 Review
Schon House
Ideabooks3,773
Questions3
Get the names of the contractor’s last three to five clients and ask all of them these questions. Did the contractor seem knowledgeable and resourceful? Was he on budget? Was he on time? If there were delays or cost overruns, was it the contractor who caused them? If so, how did he deal
deal with them? Did the client feel the contractor worked collaboratively to come up with mutually satisfactory resolutions to problems, or was the tone combative? Were the clients happy with the workmanship and the contractor’s subcontractors’ work? Did he keep a clean site? How was he with follow-up
transparent. Simply put, your contractor buys materials and charges you an hourly rate to install them. But in the hands of an unethical contractor, you might find yourself on the wrong end of a hefty bill, as latent conditions also tend not to be covered. In reality, most contractors will break up their bid
“Ceilings puertecitos” — marvillaus
College City Design Build
6 Reviews
Pehle Lower Level
Ideabooks17,411
Questions13
Building home in Mississippi. Planning a large leisure room (28x21) that I want to use to have theater and game room. How much space will this theater take? Thanks!
Look to be salamander Designs Talia Seating. Drop me a note happy to work with your contractor if you're interested in them
This is exactly what we were talking about!! Can't believe I found it! It will make it so much easier to show contractors!
“THis seems doable” — lb3695
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