11,192 profile frames Exterior Design Photos

M Squared Design - Architecture
M Squared Design, LLC
Ideabooks1,462
Questions2
low profile, length of house, tiled roof
Wide-hipped roofs with large overhanging eaves and a low-profile wood frame typically characterize a plantation home.
low profile roof
“house” — hejhalka
Roman Leonidov
"Woodlark" House
Ideabooks1,610
Questions4
wooden soffits, large windows w steel frames, gable windows
Side profile a frame roof...Window frame color
“End view exterior east” — lcef
Maxa Design
1 Review
Warragul Residence
Ideabooks643
Questions0
exists in wall framing, but are usually too thin to make the most of the play of light and shadow that can be achieved with deeper profiles. Lightly ribbed
Choose a profileBecause each manufacturer can roll the metal in any way they see fit, there are a myriad different profiles that can be found
corrugated profile which is typically called Custom-Orb, through to very lightly ribbed cladding sheets, and deeply formed industrial profiles. Many man
you from using profiles advertised as roof sheeting for external wall cladding. By exploring all possible profiles available from each manufacturer, you
exists in wall framing, but are usually too thin to make the most of the play of light and shadow that can be achieved with deeper profiles. Lightly ribbed
“similar to what we r building” — tamndandy
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks4,172
Questions5
The metal siding has an alternating pattern using two different siding profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including
Hi, The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it
The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it
"The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it
The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile.
“corrugated walls” — gloriajh1949
House Plans and More
Plan #013S-0014
Ideabooks50,152
Questions18
answer your questions. More photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
questions. More photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
“Walkway” — tfund
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
4 Reviews
Orcas Island Home
Ideabooks2,628
Questions5
What manufacturer is the siding and what profile is it
can have it run for you. The profile is a horizontal lap with a feature shadow between boards. It is and old siding profile that used to be very common
the architect's site or contact them directly through their professional profile on Houzz.
The profile is a horizontal lap with a feature shadow between boards. It is and old siding profile that used to be very common
can have it run for you. The profile is a horizontal lap with a feature shadow between boards. It is and old siding profile that used to be very common
“on the right” — wehrle
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
12 Reviews
bay house
Ideabooks2,357
Questions4
stained cypress siding with channel profile
of the siding the stain is Driftwood by Broda the siding is 2x6 channel profile
1x6 channel profile cypress siding with "Driftwood" SLT stain by Broda
siding 1 x 6 channel profile. Stain Driftwood SLT by Broda with windows in same coloring and stain.
The siding is 1x6 channel profile....Is it ship lap profile? 1x4?...What profile was used for the siding
“Stained cypress from Rich” — Eric Hardy
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks12,178
Questions12
The metal siding has an alternating pattern using two different siding profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including
Lovely house! I have been searching for info on aluminium windows attached directly to steel frames, but find very
very little. Other than construction tolerances and thermal transfer by the frame, do you find it a problematic approach? May thanks!
beams to form a rigid frame, since there really is not any solid wall area. When you use large glass areas in a design, steel framing is a necessity and it
materials at our Port Ludlow project. We used metal siding with two different profiles for the siding. The darker grey areas are a fairly tightly-spaced corrugated
“windows, modern, lighting” — drbwfinc
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