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I believe we used zinc plated lag screws with epdm bonded washers (fancy name for washers with a rubber backing). We used the bonded washers to avoid corrosion between the corten steel and zinc lag screws and to also give a little room for expansion.
is perfect for Mike's work training sessions (or relaxing!); and a small playhouse and fun zone offer endless possibilities for the family's son, James.
Now back to James' hideout; corrugated metal adds another industrial touch, which we’ll see again on the outside of the house. The space also has plenty of room for art projects. Check out more indoor forts
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Malcolm Davis Architecture
Shaker doors, narrow plank floor, 1:2 ratio tile in running bond, wide plank baseboards - there's nothing I don't like, what a great aesthetic
These panels are butted together and bolted in place. I believe we used zinc coated lag screws with a washers that have rubber bonded to one side. The rubber on the washer allows for some expansion and limits corrosion between the 2 different metals. Hope this helps.
Renovation Design Group
Contemporary black kitchen with concrete counters and stainless steel fixtures
Black cupboards and colour bond sheeting roof
Sandberg Schoffel Architects
shows the white colour bond on the walls
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