1,198 pollutant removal Exterior Design Photos

next? If your home is like most, the water probably travels down gutters, through downspouts and onto an asphalt driveway, picking up traces of pollutants such as petroleum and pesticides along the way. Down a street gutter it goes, eventually finding its way into a storm drain. This may be as far as
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp SaveEmail Redirecting stormwater into the ground is a much greener option. Microorganisms in the soil are able to digest the pollutants, purifying the water on its path back into the aquifer. Allowing the water to seep into the ground also helps prevent the erosion of nearby waterways
Redirecting stormwater into the ground is a much greener option. Microorganisms in the soil are able to digest the pollutants, purifying the water on its path back into the aquifer. Allowing the water to seep into the ground also helps prevent the erosion of nearby waterways
Carson Poetzl, Inc.Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Most organic growth on roof tiles is either lichen or moss. Lichen is a sign of good air quality as air pollution will kill it. It does not attack or deteriorate a terracotta roof tile (as hundred year tiles in Europe prove!) and, unless you do not like the look then you can wash them off. Having said
sides of the roof. Again, it will not damage the tiles, but plenty of growth might move or shift the tiles. Up to you if you want to peel it off. It removes easily.
Noyack CreekBates Masi Architects LLC
very modern and beautiful, location, quiet not neighboured, minimal noise pollution, lighting, trees surrounding, interior and exterior look very professional
ottawa ave exteriorPortal Design Inc
policies do not cover bad spray foam jobs and contractor policies do not cover faulty workmanship. A spray foam contractor should carry Contractors Pollution Liability (CPL) insurance. General liability policies will not help you if things go bad with faulty spray foam. Also consider a before and after
living roof. These beauties have insulation benefits that help to reduce a home's heating and cooling costs significantly — plus, they help to clean polluted air and promote water conservation. Consult a structural engineer and a landscape architect to ensure that your roof can handle the added weight and
Woodvalley HouseZiger/Snead Architects
100 feet tall and 60 feet wide; though more commonly expect up to 70 feet tall and 30 feet wide. Benefits and tolerances: Disease, pest and urban-pollution free. This is a long-living tree you should plant with the idea of leaving a legacy behind. Seasonal interest: The leaves turn to a beautiful golden
cover, security and remove for sunshine
Shown here near the midtravel point, these screens can be positioned to create a variety of effects. Their perforations scatter the desert light, removing the harshness in the summer and reflecting the lower angled sun inward in the winter.
Shown here near the midtravel point, these screens can be positioned to create a variety of effects. Their perforations scatter the desert light, removing the harshness in the summer and reflecting the lower angled sun inward in the winter.
“stripped the siding, removed the loose paint and repainted. Having to keep the original siding had positive results. "The texture of the original boards adds a nice layer of patina and age," says architect Michael Nualla.” “AFTER: They aggressively stripped the siding, removed the loose paint” “question
AFTER: They aggressively stripped the siding, removed the loose paint and repainted. Having to keep the original siding had positive results. "The texture of the original boards adds a nice layer of patina
AFTER: They aggressively stripped the siding, removed the loose paint and repainted. Having to keep the original siding had positive results. "The texture of the original boards adds a nice layer of patina and age," says architect Michael Nualla.
Possibly the only major improvement that needed addressed upon moving in was the landscaping. After removing overgrown shrubs, pruning trees, and replacing the old fencing, the couple tackled the largest part: the parking lot. Outside of what had been the dentist's waiting room, the entire side yard
yard had been covered in asphalt, with a separate entrance to the street. That has since been removed and replaced with grass, resulting in a minimalist, tranquil spot under the trees. Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
While the interior was pristine, the landscaping needed major work. After removing overgrown shrubs, pruning trees and replacing the old fencing, the couple tackled the largest part: the parking lot. Outside of what had been the dentist's waiting room, the entire side yard had been covered in asphalt
removable glass
removable glazing...removable windows
removable glass
removable glazing...removable windows
Wallace K. Harrison EstateSchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
Once all that's left of the flower is the brown cone in the center, wait for the stem directly beneath it to turn a dark tan or light brown color. Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out of them.
Once all that's left of the flower is the brown cone in the center, wait for the stem directly beneath it to turn a dark tan or light brown color. Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out of them.
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