7,878 water bowls Exterior Design Photos

Denali Custom Homes, Inc.
1 Review
2009 Luxury Home Tour
Ideabooks5,060
Questions3
way to use a rear exposure. Bottom level is still above grade. However if this type of style used there would have to be ZERO chance of taking any water or moisture.
“3 levels” — nms4444
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Screened Porch Addition
Ideabooks3,886
Questions8
How did you keep water from coming through porch floor to room below?
“columns and bottom is screened” — richardson6
John C. Sanders and Company
3 Reviews
Fairview Project
Ideabooks515
Questions2
Water feature
“Arch” — mklapheke
Heritage Luxury Builders
1 Review
Lincoln, Winnetka
Ideabooks7,633
Questions9
like the windows in front and the porch. The landscaping reminds me of wanting to keep water bill low by having small lawn and heat tolerant plants
“Color blue” — tlc1720
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Elsie Street
Ideabooks6,906
Questions3
What type of drainage system was installed to avoid water entering the garage ad bottom level of the home?
“garage door” — 51ngh
Custom Design/Build, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hampshire - Exterior
Ideabooks1,439
Questions1
A&Better Cedar. The finish material is a Sikkens Cetol SRD. It is non film-forming, translucent exterior finish formulated to protect against UV rays and water and is easy to maintain.
“extended front porch” — slochala
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Arrival Court
Ideabooks11,924
Questions7
View from the back water facing
“Shakes” — libbykoehl
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Dorsey Residence from west
Ideabooks18,858
Questions11
installed over 3/4" furring strips (spacers) so that there is an open air ventilation channel behind the siding. this equalizes pressue and allows any water that gets behind the siding to dry rapidly prohibiting mold growth.
“Vertical siding” — nsachar
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