104,059 water damage Home Design Photos

DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
Ideabooks3,116
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The deck has a waterproof membrane below. To avoid water damage, “the most important thing is that the membrane is sloped, detailed and installed correctly,” counsel the architects
bedside deck, perched above the trees, has gorgeous views of Lake Wenatchee in Washington state. The deck has a waterproof membrane below. To avoid water damage, “the most important thing is that the membrane is sloped, detailed and installed correctly,” counsel the architects. The floor-to-ceiling windows
The deck has a waterproof membrane below. To avoid water damage, “the most important thing is that the membrane is sloped, detailed and installed correctly
bedside deck, perched above the trees, has gorgeous views of Lake Wenatchee in Washington state. The deck has a waterproof membrane below. To avoid water damage, “the most important thing is that the membrane is sloped, detailed and installed correctly,” counsel the architects. The floor-to-ceiling windows
“Windows” — hdianejohnson
Joseph Sandy
Petaluma Studio
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To waterproof his shed, Sandy installed a vapor barrier of roof felt and furring strips on top of the plywood walls before attaching the salvaged siding. Rainwater filters through the redwood siding rain screen, but the barrier protects the plywood structure from water damage.
before attaching the salvaged siding. Rainwater filters through the redwood siding rain screen, but the barrier protects the plywood structure from water damage.
before attaching the salvaged siding. Rainwater filters through the redwood siding rain screen, but the barrier protects the plywood structure from water damage.
“Shorts on a wall” — pairth
Our Town Plans
231 Easton Way
Ideabooks1,498
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where there's lot of traffic. I think painted wood is tougher than a lot of people give it credit for, but you wouldn't want to leave great puddles of water on it or any bathroom floor.
that many of her clients initially express concern about water damage. “You’re not swimming in there,” she says. “Wood is actually a lot tougher than it gets credit for.” The floors here were painted with latex white paint cut in half with water. “The raw wood just soaks it up, and you can still see the
latex paint, cut in half with water. Ceilings?
I like the description of the floor: wood, painted with half water half latex white paint to let
that many of her clients initially express concern about water damage. “You’re not swimming in there,” she says. “Wood is actually a lot tougher than it gets credit for.”The floors here were painted with latex white paint cut in half with water. “The raw wood just soaks it up, and you can still see the
“tub” — chalktr
Bureau d'Architecture Modeste
Villa P1 sur la route du Cap Ferret
Ideabooks144
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stained to prevent water damage and rot. How: A quick splash test will tell you if the last seal is still working. If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen
stained to prevent water damage and rot.How: A quick splash test will tell you if the last seal is still working. If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen
“Deck” — shaynekrige
All About Energy Solutions
9 Reviews
Croom residence in Wilmington, NC
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Check Your Crawl Space for Water Why: To avoid mold and water damage to the bones of your house. How: It’s as simple as grabbing a flashlight
fingers to test for dampness if you aren’t sure. If you find any water, call a home inspector immediately to figure out where it’s coming from. When: Every fall before it rains. The key is to fix existing water damage before any more water gets in.
aren’t sure. If you find any water, call a home inspector immediately to figure out where it’s coming from.When: Every fall before it rains. The key is to fix existing water damage before any more water gets in.
Check Your Crawl Space for WaterWhy: To avoid mold and water damage to the bones of your house.How: It’s as simple as grabbing a flashlight, crawling in there and taking a close, careful look. Pay attention to corners, edges and changes in color, and use your fingers to test for dampness if you aren’t
“A properly wrapped crawl space. Totally Sci-Fi.” — Melinda Caskey
Orion General Contractors
5 Reviews
Milk House
Ideabooks795
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Because the roof had held up against water damage, they were able to save the original trusses and ceiling in this portion of the springhouse. The chimney is also original, but it had to be repaired
Because the roof had held up against water damage, they were able to save the original trusses and ceiling in this portion of the springhouse. The chimney is also original, but it had to be repaired and partially rebuilt. The stonemasons were careful to maintain the original stone pattern.
“livingroom” — lorimoran21
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects Ocean Residence Guest House
Ideabooks5,794
Questions6
fixtures in eaves or verandas also need damp-location ratings. Any outdoor lighting that will be exposed to rain, water spray or snow requires a wet-location rating to prevent water from damaging the bulb inside the light.
in eaves or verandas also need damp-location ratings. Any outdoor lighting that will be exposed to rain, water spray or snow requires a wet-location rating to prevent water from damaging the bulb inside the light.
"Damp Rated" outdoor lighting. Made for moist climates to prevent water from damaging the bulb
fixtures in eaves or verandas also need damp-location ratings. Any outdoor lighting that will be exposed to rain, water spray or snow requires a wet-location rating to prevent water from damaging the bulb inside the light.Tip: If you are building a new home or doing a major renovation, take your home plans
“dgv” — sksalauddin9937
California Closets
Garage
Ideabooks3,135
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is the day for a clean sweep. ◦Remove everything from the garage, if you haven’t already. ◦Inspect the garage for signs of rodents, pests and water damage. If you find signs, make a plan to treat as needed. ◦Vacuum or sweep up dust bunnies and major dust from the corners. Wear a dust mask if you are
floor oil stains and scrub with a stiff-bristled brush and warm water. Rinse and let dry. ◦Thoroughly sweep the floors. ◦If you want to get the floors extra clean, spray them with a hose, scrub with an old mop, rinse and sweep out excess water. Let them dry completely before bringing back any of your stuff
and water damage. If you find signs, make a plan to treat as needed.Vacuum or sweep up dust bunnies and major dust from the corners. Wear a dust mask if you are sensitive to dust.Sprinkle powdered detergent liberally on cement floor oil stains and scrub with a stiff-bristled brush and warm water. Rinse
“Think about the side cabinets.....” — poguemj
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