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Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Walsh Hollon Residence
Ideabooks1,950
Questions9
I saw the reveal comment about Fry Reglet. Are the panels mounted to furring strips to create the rain screen? Any issues with wavy panels using this method? Are you a fan of Fry
Another option would be furring master rain screen system. Below is a web site to learn more. Pictures are a project we are finishing. Very simple system to let you use a rain screen
installation directions or have any questions about rain screens email me freycon@gmail.com http://www.innovativeguttersolutions.com/siding-products/furring-master-rain-screen/
Simple way to apply large hard panel boards by simply flashing beneath each sheet. Vertical joints can be applied against wider finished furring strips which can then be painted to match hardi for a reveal. I would trim windows and corners for simpler finish.
“Fry reglet panels” — ellieandkevin
webnash design-build, inc
1 Review
webnash barn
Ideabooks508
Questions3
office upstairs). It's a timber framed building with a SIP envelope. The SIP's have furring strips glued and screwed to them to provide an airspace behind the siding, and then the vertical pine boards are attached to the furring strips. There is a full 3/4" of airspace behind all siding and trim. Here are
Your furring is a great idea. I don't finish the back (non-weather) side because ideally you want both faces of the board to be at equal moisture content. Since the weather side is always gaining or losing moisture (sun or rain), the non-weather side is always trying to keep up. If the
doesn't impede mildew - might even feed it. Ventilation is your best friend in keeping mildew at bay. When I use vertical siding, I typically run the furring strips vertically (even though it consumes much more material), because the airflow is so much better when air can run uninterrupted from bottom to
“elevation” — livesimplelivelarge
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - Exterior 1
Ideabooks22,924
Questions6
a custom designed Simpson exterior door in primed, Fir wood. The door paint color is Benjamin Moore's "Raccoon Fur".
The doors and shutters were painted in Benjamin Moore's "Raccoon Fur". http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/raccoonfur
Raccoon Fur / BM 2126-20
Door colour :raccoon fur
“Explanation of installation.” — Don Nulty AIA, Inc.
SPACEstudio
Possum Creek House
Ideabooks25
Questions0
Possum Creek House
“Roofline. Double awning and outside space” — Kate Marshall
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Guida Residence
Ideabooks3,243
Questions6
Possible alternative to Austin Texas or Possum Kingdom feel.
“Roof and colors” — Amber Boles
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Mercer Island Rear
Ideabooks766
Questions4
The siding was a rain screen, with narrow gaps between the panels. They were installed over furring strips, with exposed stainless steel screws.
They were installed over furring strips, with exposed stainless steel screws read more info
The siding was a rain screen, with narrow gaps between the panels. They were installed over furring strips, with exposed stainless
“fiber cement panels” — cstewbaby
Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Nethermead Residence
Ideabooks11,346
Questions17
You can also do the siding vertically as tongue and groove. However in that application it should be done on furring strips to create a drainage plane behind the siding.
5:55pm Like 2 PRO Carlton Architecture You can also do the siding vertically as tongue and groove. However in that application it should be done on furring strips to create a drainage plane behind the siding.
“color” — ceresrutan
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
Hoffmanresidence-Kennel.jpg
Ideabooks732
Questions2
The wood siding was designed using a rain-screen technique. "The wood siding is pulled off the house with 1-by-2 furring strips so air can flow behind the siding," Mehl explains. "This helps to dry out the wood when it gets wet and ventilates the space behind the siding
“kennel” — ownedbydogs
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