532 bath safety Porch Design Photos

Christian Rice Architects, Inc.
7 Reviews
Flora Residence
the neighborhood. But keep in mind that if a front porch is raised up 30 inches or more from the ground, code requires a 36-inch-high guardrail for safety.A high perch can help you watch over the neighborhood, and a safe neighborhood is a happy and comfortable neighborhood. You've probably heard of N
“Heating elements” — mbarmen1
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Pine Mountain Builders, LLC
5 Reviews
Camp Callaway
Love the safety wire look
“Steps” — maureenlogan
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Mercer Island 2
Did you have to take any fire safety precautions to have TV above heart? If yes, what precautions. Proximity of flute with electrical wires for TV?
“Porch” — sabharker
IQ Glass UK
16 Reviews
Dalston House
wide x 4159mm long. The glass roof is double glazed with a toughened outer, we always use a toughened laminated inner panel on over head glazing for safety reasons. The double glazed unit has a low e coating inside to help with thermal performance and reflect radiant heat back onto the internal space
“Yellow and anthracite” — zoeevans
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
Trimmed to Perfection
them all screen or all glass. Note: with a porch set up off the ground like this we recommend keeping glass panels on the lower portion year-round for safety- especially if there are young children around. Good luck.
“drapes and rod” — alivialennon
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Wild Basin porch
That's the Emerson 60" Heat Fan. They're for commercial applications and must be mounted higher than 10 feet (3m) above the floor for safety. Emerson have recently made a version of home use called the Loft. http://www.emersonfans.com/Pages/Fan.aspx?Fan=Loft
“porchcovering” — mspig
Envision Web
Lake Rabun Custom Homes
The safety of the railings
“For Mark Neely” — ajfunk
Mark D. Williams Custom Homes Inc
3 Reviews
57 Symphony Hills
Wonder about the wire for safety
“Heaters” — shelleymaezes
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