515 mounting to fiberglass Porch Design Photos

Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Stone
Ideabooks2,434
Questions3
fiberglass panel roof in the extended covered porch off the breakfast nook?
fiberglass panels to let light in
Fiberglass panel roof
Corrugated fiberglass panels
fiberglass porch cover
Corrugated Fiberglass Panels
fiberglass roof...Fiberglass panels
“Porch idea” — Ginger Caballero
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Porch
Ideabooks20,579
Questions14
Exterior Paint Color: SW Dewy 6469 Exterior Trim Color: SW Extra White 7006 Furniture: Vintage fiberglass Wall Sconce: Barnlight Electric Co
and I wanted to know more about it. Fiberglass! That's why it's so lightweight.
Hi. Yes. it is 1960s vintage spun fiberglass outdoor furniture. We had new cushions
Hi there! The furniture is all vintage fiberglass. We gave it a fresh look by adding new cushions. Best of luck on your search!
thought I'd ask -- here's the link to it: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/discount-lighting/discount-barn-lighting/all-weather-gooseneck-farm-light-wall-mount.html
large screens designed to keep out pesky bugs, this airy front porch in a small Georgia beach house easily works as extra living space. The 1960s fiberglass furniture, updated with colorful pillows, is ideal for lounging, and a ceiling fan keeps the breeze moving. Note the clever use of color, from the
“Screened porch fan” — annerose61
LaCantina Doors
17 Reviews
Harrison Home
Ideabooks10,809
Questions7
Can I get the same door in fiberglass?
Thank you for your question. We do not offer a fiberglass folding door system at this time. However, we do offer aluminum and aluminum thermally controlled folding door systems that would be viable alternatives to fiberglass. To learn more about these folding door systems, please visit
“Love these doors” — parie
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Newhall Addition
Ideabooks10,644
Questions20
How did you attach railings to fiberglass posts?
Concerned about attaching railings to load bearing fiberglass posts. Will drilling holes into post cause issues? Thank you!
On this project it is a mix of PVC and wood and the columns are composite fiberglass. We try to do PVC on the exterior as much as possible. Thanks.
“Ceiling” — dlunceford
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Screened Porch features outdoor fireplace
Ideabooks32,449
Questions26
What type of wood did you use around the columns? Is it a 1x6? Also how did you attach it to the fiberglass columns? Did you use an adhesive?
This is fiberglass screening. Thanks for the nice comments.
Lights mounted on brick. How?
“Like the set up with the card table off to the side.” — jfontaine2008
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Fabulous PreFab
Ideabooks5,414
Questions16
Where can I get those lights mounted by the front door? They are so fun!
"Classic Craft American Style" fiberglass door. Different types of glass are available (including "granite"--which is textured for privacy-- and the door is paint-able. Here's a link to the ThermaTru website page with more info.: http://www.thermatru.com/products/entry/fiberglass-entry-doors/cca/index.asp
“Farm porch” — jblo83
Round Here Renovations, LLC
8 Reviews
Front Entry (After)
Ideabooks384
Questions2
This front door is a Masonite fiberglass model available from the Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Masonite-Craftsman-6-Lite-Primed-Smooth-Fiberglass-Entry-Door-with-Brickmold-27141/203114640?N=5yc1vZc94bZ1z0sfrd
“Love the colors” — Jenny Braafhart
By Design
3 Reviews
Screened Porch
Ideabooks6,797
Questions7
The screen is fiberglass mesh in a white aluminum frame. The aluminum frame is fastened with clips to a painted mahogany frame. The design intent was to make the screen/aluminum
No. But a good one is: http://www.lightingdirect.com/minkaaire-traditional-concept-44-3-blade-44-flush-mount-indoor-outdoor-ceiling-fan-with-blades-and-integrated-1-bulb-light/p1755003?uniqueID=1755003&source=gg_minkaaire_skus_%2Bminka%20%2Bf593_b_39097518
concept of aluminum frames mounted with clips for easy replacement
“new england screen door company, Maine” — dcomaha
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