546 pollutant removal Traditional Exterior Design Photos

McKEE CARSON
Mill Mountain
Ideabooks6,093
Questions2
Disadvantages1. Snow removal. For those who live in snowy climates, removing snow from a bumpy surface is a hassle, and removing the rocks that get pushed into the yard after shoveling or plowing is an even bigger hassle.
“Driveway” — ddroylance
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
Ideabooks660
Questions1
home, vinyl siding covered the original wood shingles, which were badly damaged. Bruce and Melanie covered the shingles with wood siding instead of removing them. They then added elements like sunburst patterns and corbels to give it a Queen Anne look. All exterior paint by C2 Paint: Morris Green 178;
home, vinyl siding covered the original wood shingles, which were badly damaged. Bruce and Melanie covered the shingles with wood siding instead of removing them. They then added elements like sunburst patterns and corbels to give it a Queen Anne look.All exterior paint by C2 Paint: Morris Green 178;
“Green, cream, orange” — pomawhit
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks14,251
Questions10
Did you have to remove the outside stucco to get to the brick underneath or is that fake brick placed on top?
have painted brick. Luckily, this one wasn't painted so no work was required to get exposed brick. I have had houses power washed / stripped to remove the paint from the bricks in the past but it usually means that the mortar in between the bricks needs to be re-pointed as well so it can be quite
“facade” — designsbydavid
Moore Architects, PC
Willow Oak Residence
Ideabooks4,460
Questions5
wonderfully dominate front tower was obscured by a bathroom shed roof addition. The exterior skin was covered with asbestos siding, requiring the removal of any wood detailing projecting from its surface. Poorly designed diminutive additions were added to the rear creating small, awkward, low ceiling
the original details. This fact was confirmed by researching the house and studying turn-of-the-century photographs. The second floor addition was removed, facilitating the restoration of the four sided mansard roof tower. The final design for the house is strong but not overpowering. As a renovated
“Body color is Windham Cream HC 6 which is very yellow. But the Trim used here is a nice off white -” — julie4car
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Multiple Family Suites
Ideabooks4,424
Questions5
Do you know of anyone in Oceanside California or San Diego California. Everyone I have spoken to told me that sand blasting was the only was to remove the paint and it would be fine even though I read otherwise. I choose to do it reluctantly and yes now my house has been compromised. Contractors out
Architect) and custom fabricated by Reisterstown Lumber with Steel Parts from King Architectural Metals and painted with a powder coated finish, with removable fiberglass inserts.
“Flower boxes” — Julie Hamill
Canyon Construction
2 Reviews
Traditional Elegance
Ideabooks5,707
Questions7
elbow empties into a wide decorative trim before continuing on down the leader. What is the name of that piece and where can I find them? They were removed from my downspouts and not replaced when the gutters and downspouts were replaced. The house doesn't look the same without them.
Thank you. Unfortunately ours were removed when the gutter system was replaced. My husband called them trash. Despite his promise to replace them, they never were. Needless to say, he was a
“windows for bungalow” — joannavespoli
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks98,568
Questions80
Hi.. I see on your website that the "donor" house was a brick exterior.. Did you fasten the Hardie shingles directly to the existing brick, or remove it first. Thanks in advance.
brick was removed before siding install
“House color” — kendrarobin
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.01
Ideabooks9,935
Questions7
under-gound heat piping to remove snow. pavers also have
Beautiful curb appeal! Underground heat pavers to remove snow!
“stone pillars bring out stone on house” — jerryfelker
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