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LJ Hall
Lovely house- let's hope those safety features remain untested for many years.
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Victoria Anthony

Love it. As someone with a home on a barrier island, the "waterproof" elements really appeal. And the Northwest is overdue for some serious earthquakes, so this redesign comes none too soon.

   
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myownaccount

Achievement of those regulations, when a Tsunami hits, the residents will perish, but the house will remain standing.

   

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