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Tyner Construction Co Inc
Classic Mountain Exteriors
Should I pick a rich brown or a lighter hardwood floor color? Thanks
hardwood floors, but every design is unique!!
over 3rd floor kitchen window
Actual Size Projects
second floor of shipping containers stacked on top of each other.
dance floor and lights)!
One floor?...Top floor open deck
Studio C Architecture & Interiors
brick and other color, plus second floor
projecting 2nd floor gable roof
For floor?...Love the floor
Mark English Architects, AIA
white. The floor is dark wood and the ceiling natural knotty pine. What would you put with Soft Pumpkin? Or, would you suggest a warm golden color. Thank you so much!
Love the house! Where is the floor plan?
finding the floor plan. Is there a floor plan available? How many square footage is this house?
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Lake Iosco House exterior
Bamboo Floors, Caesarstone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Kristen Mason Manufacturer: Simplex Industries Project Coordinator: Jason Drouse Engineer:
Siemasko + Verbridge
Would you be willing to share the floor plan of this gorgeous home? Thank you.
design a floor plan that is what you are looking for.
Do you know where i can find a similar floor plan and stye like this one? I am wanting to build & i this is the one i love. Thank you
Midvale Courtyard House
-- 2nd floor balcony area has roof covering w/skylights...
second floor addition exterior idea for Tanglewood
2nd floor overhang, massive skylights
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
concrete floor with the solor system Is it possible? Thanks Pauline D.
concrete floor system, you can do that two different ways. Either you add baseboard hydronic heaters around the perimeter of the rooms, or you can set the radiant tubes within the concrete. Obviously, if you want to put them into the concrete, you need to do this before you pour the concrete floors. There
concrete floors are existing. You would also want to put rigid insulation under the concrete slab to help retain the heat into your home and not heating the earth under your home. For a cost, that will vary by region. I can only tell you that hear in the Chicago area, a system like what you are seeing