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Sherry Dennis
Exposing beams in an existing home, how would you handle insulation?
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Shqbby Paints I was wondering the same thing Wain and sherryfarrow. I found this earlier..hope it I can explain it to my builder and get the look I want will being energy efficient. Great article.
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Jessie Harrison

These look so good, and they don't stand out weird at all. This one in the first picture blends in pretty well actually. I'd really like to get my roof done the same way as done with the turquoise truss. I love how smooth it look and how it transitions from the wall to the triangular shape. 

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