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Wuensch Construction, Inc.
Bathroom Remodeling | Apple Valley Minnesota | Wuensch Construction
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piece of rigid foam insulation behind the backer board before you tile to minimize a cold spot inside the home.
Soap nook on outside wall- Put rigid foam backer board behind nook.
walls with soap nooks (love them), tuck a piece of rigid foam insulation behind the backer board before you tile to minimize a cold spot inside the home.
Kill cold spots. For showers on outside walls with soap nooks (love them), tuck a piece of rigid foam insulation behind the backer board before you
tuck a piece of rigid foam isulation behind a nbacker board before you tile to minimize a cold spot inside the home."
Kill cold spots. For showers on outside walls with soap nooks (love them), tuck a piece of rigid foam insulation
“edging of niche” — effingill
Andrew Snow Photography
Rooftop Patio
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When using mesh, you’ll be balancing the spacing of the mesh (how open it is) and its rigidity. You want to find a mesh that’s rigid enough to withstand the wind at a reasonable panel spacing, but isn’t so rigid as to be visually obtrusive. Also you’ll want to choose a complementary frame to hold it
mesh When using mesh, you’ll be balancing the spacing of the mesh (how open it is) and its rigidity. You want to find a mesh that’s rigid enough to withstand the wind at a reasonable panel spacing, but isn’t so rigid as to be visually obtrusive. Also you’ll want to choose a complementary frame to hold it
mesh screen-balance how open it is and its rigidity
When using mesh, you’ll be balancing the spacing of the mesh (how open it is) and its rigidity. You want to find a mesh that’s rigid enough to withstand the wind at a reasonable panel spacing, but isn’t so rigid as to be visually obtrusive. Also you’ll want to choose a complementary frame to hold it
“Low flat sleeper” — jayakar
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
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Vermont Lake Home
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a cable system. There are many types and sizes to choose from. Feeney makes the most recognizable brand, called CableRail. Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan.
a cable system. There are many types and sizes to choose from. Feeney makes the most recognizable brand, called CableRail. Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan.Opt
tout en respectant la vue. Vous aurez le choix entre de très nombreux styles et diamètres de câble. La structure verticale doit être suffisamment rigide pour supporter la tension des câbles. Je préfère en général espacer mes câbles à un peu moins de 10 centimètres les uns des autres, pour tenir compte
“Lake Bristol, vermont” — alicetrivette
Northern VA and Washington D.C. LED Outdoor Lighting Professional
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Axis Mundi
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Meat Packing Duplex
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the loads more efficiently. Because the thin plates comprising this cantilevered stair are folded, they're rigid enough to span large distances.
thin plates of folded steel are rigid enough to span the distance
the Roman arch, the shape here distributes the loads more efficiently. Because the thin plates comprising this cantilevered stair are folded, they're rigid enough to span large distances.
the Roman arch, the shape here distributes the loads more efficiently. Because the thin plates comprising this cantilevered stair are folded, they're rigid enough to span large distances.
“Stairs” — corinnediana
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
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neighbors by doubling the Sheetrock and inserting Green Glue, a rigid foam between the layers.
soundproofed the far wall in consideration of his neighbors by doubling the Sheetrock and inserting Green Glue, a rigid foam between the layers.
n of his neighbors by doubling the Sheetrock and inserting Green Glue, a rigid foam between the layers.
Botha soundproofed the far wall in consideration of his neighbors by doubling the Sheetrock and inserting Green Glue, a rigid foam between the layers.
d the far wall in consideration of his neighbors by doubling the Sheetrock and inserting Green Glue, a rigid foam between the layers.
in this extra office space. Botha soundproofed the far wall in consideration of his neighbors by doubling the Sheetrock and inserting Green Glue, a rigid foam between the layers.Daybed: CB2; rug; ABC Carpet & Home; door and trim paint: Gettysburg Gray, Benjamin Moore
“music sound-proofing: acoustical foam blade tiles to help deaden the sound in the room” — Lou
Symbol Audio
Symbol New York Studio Before/After
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rigid foam insulation over cinderblocks covered with cor ten steeel
covered the exterior of the cinderblock in rigid foam insulation to leave the interior walls as is, and then veneered the outside in Cor-Ten steel. The steel was left untreated, could be used as unfinished
covered the exterior of the cinderblock in rigid foam insulation to leave the interior walls as is, and then veneered the outside in Cor-Ten steel. The steel was left untreated, creating a warm, rusted
studio--exterior covered in rigid foam insulation and veneered the outside in cor-ten steel untreated to rust
original structure. Although Tovin wanted to maintain the cinderblock walls, insulation was an issue. Quinn covered the exterior of the cinderblock in rigid foam insulation to leave the interior walls as is, and then veneered the outside in Cor-Ten steel. The steel was left untreated, creating a warm, rusted
“Fresh brick red, grey and black” — twobobtraveller
Potted
www.pottedstore.com - Wally Three in Lightweight Pots
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on installation uses Woolly Pockets instead of rigid trays to contain the soil and plants. As the plants grow they will cover the adjacent bags, making the wall appear more monolithic.
Woolly Pockets instead of rigid trays to contain the soil and plants. As the plants
Pockets instead of rigid trays to contain the soil and plants. As the plants grow they will cover the adjacent bags, making the wall appear more monolithic.
This system in a demonstration installation uses Woolly Pockets instead of rigid trays to contain
This system in a demonstration installation uses Woolly Pockets instead of rigid trays to contain the soil and plants. As the plants grow they will cover the adjacent bags, making the wall appear more monolithic.
“Vertical herb garden” — jimpea
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
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sandwich panel concrete walls, which architect Matt Swindel describes as “4 inches of EPS rigid insulation in the center, and 4 inches of concrete on the exterior.”
Windows and 4" of EPS rigid insulation in the center and 4" of concrete on the exterior
Sandwich Panel Concrete: 4" of EPS rigid insulation in the center, and 4" of concrete on the exterior. Concrete exposed on interior and exterior. Nice...
16-foot windows. Flanking the windows are what are known as sandwich panel concrete walls, which architect Matt Swindel describes as “4 inches of EPS rigid insulation in the center, and 4 inches of concrete on the exterior.”The assembly “allowed us to insulate the wall and have the concrete exposed on the
“colour” — maguru
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