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Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
Ideabooks4,248
Questions4
Masonry. Pros- durable, looks nice and modern. Cons- hard to install, expensive. You would find out this outside in driveways or patios or in the backyard. This is popular outdoors, but not indoors.
Masonry Flooring pros- durable cons- hard to install, expensive
Masonry - Pros: durable Cons: expensive, hard to install What type of room or building you would find this type of flooring in: outdoors. Popularity of the flooring:
Masonry Pros - Cant be too expensive and it looks nice outdoors. Cons - Really hard in case you fall or slip Outdoors on a patio Pretty popular
Masonry Flooring Pros - Durable Cons - espeisive; hard to install Not very popular inside but popular on driveways, and in backyards
“I would love house brick laid like this on patio if its durable” — koquin
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Campbell
Ideabooks5,031
Questions4
Open Beam - Pros: Cons: Can sometimes be very ugly, might be difficult to put lights in. What type of room or building would you find this type of ceiling in: Cabin
Open beam ceiling - Pros: it makes the room look bigger - Cons: it'll make the room colder because all the heat goes up - Living room
“The stained floor.” — ideas4work
Land & Water Design
10 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks9,695
Questions7
today, and in the past it was the only choice. Most commercial swimming pools still are required by national building codes to have white plaster only. Pros: It is the most inexpensive of all pool surface choices and is easy to install. Cons: White plaster is a "soft" finish that is susceptible to the effects
“water feature” — lynnbrown19
Seattle Architects
Best of Houzz 2013/2014
Grouparchitect balances aesthetics, practicality and sustainability in a collaborative team approach.
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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks7,510
Questions4
of recycled plastic is demonstrated in this garden, where a bender board made from 100 percent recycled plastic creates a border for the curved path.Pros: Unlike wood, recycled plastic products never rot, encourage mold growth or need paint or toxic preservatives. Recycled plastic has come a long way
“For the path around the deck” — hmuskrat
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Residence Pool and Patio
Ideabooks22,679
Questions11
BrickThe bricks pictured here are full-dimensioned bricks set on a concrete base for permanent stability.Cost: $7 to $9 per square foot installedPros: Individual bricks can be replaced if they become cracked or damagedLong lasting and durableCons:Needs to be resealed after power washing and other
“Brick border, fireplace and trellis near” — ssmommy1
Rockridge Fine Homes
5 Reviews
Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,092
Questions5
The pros at Rockridge Fine Homes call the custom color on this wraparound porch Merlot. Its deep wine color is almost sedate paired with the warm wood tones.
“Small porch” — luvdbrat
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
Ideabooks15,114
Questions2
Who to hire: A paving contractor, landscape contractor or landscape architect will best be able to help you complete this project. Ask the pros you are considering hiring about their experience with the type of driveway or path you would like to have installed — brick and stone especially require
“awesome” — jtryggestad
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks29,519
Questions7
be installed in a few weekends of dedicated work by someone who's DIY savvy. A large patio or one with a complex design is probably best left to the pros.Process: A mason laying a brick patio will start by digging and leveling to prepare the ground. He or she will then lay concrete on top of crushed stone
“Garage” — semloh998
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