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Inspiration for a small timeless two-story wood exterior home remodel in Burlington with a metal roof

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Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography

Inspiration for a small timeless two-story wood exterior home remodel in Burlington with a metal roof —  Houzz

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java123 wrote:December 2, 2011
  • Leslie Stevens
    What are the shutter colors? It has never been said??
  • Rosemarie Veliz

    I do not think they know the color as it has been the most asked question with no answer.



bendangla wrote:February 6, 2012
alanyae wrote:April 18, 2012
Love the window boxes, where are they purchased from?

aramus wrote:June 27, 2012
Please, could you share the paint color of the siding and window trim? Thank-you.

sbrunge wrote:September 23, 2012
Is this house for sale or rent?

Patsios Homes wrote:October 4, 2012
Awesome architecture! I like the use of rafters sitting on kneewall on second floor. Did you have to do any

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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    28' - 8" tall, grade to ridge on the gable end shown in this image.
  • zendarius

    Hello, may I request the color of the shutters and door? Thank you!

kat_seb wrote:August 1, 2013
Where sis you buy the exterior doors? Do you know what style# they ar

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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    The doors on this side of the house are the existing ones before the renovation. They only received a new paint job. Sorry I can't help you.
laceybr wrote:August 28, 2013
Lovely home, what color are the window shutters? Thank you!

    hanhyoseon wrote:January 13, 2014
    mitchelli3 wrote:February 4, 2014
    I love the color of the shutters and front door! What is the color?

      The Market of Victoria wrote:March 12, 2014
      What size porch lights are recommended for double 8ft doors.

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        Lighting(One) of Cincinnati
        A general rule of thumb for the front door is for the fixture to be 1/3 the height of the door if there is only one and 1/4 the height of the door if there are two (one on each side of the door).
        So I would suggest mid 20" range.
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        The Market of Victoria
        Thank you so much. That is most helpful!
      Kathryn Gilbert wrote:May 9, 2014
        Catherine Thompson wrote:June 28, 2014
          bgibson7 wrote:March 25, 2015
          bologna01 wrote:February 7, 2016
          Cost of metal roof compared to asphalt

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            Smith & Vansant Architects PC

            It varies considerably where you live. Generally it is more expensive, but lasts considerably longer than asphalt shingles. It also depends on whether you wish to hold snow on the roof or not - or if you even have snow to worry about - depends on location.

          intriguing interiors wrote:April 4, 2016
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            Smith & Vansant Architects PC

            This roof is an Englert metal roof with a kynar finish - they offer a 20 year warranty on it. We have found that this finish has held up very well over time. We have seen a different product in black peel, but this problem seems to have been resolved.

          crimsondone wrote:April 19, 2016
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            Smith & Vansant Architects PC

            The eave and rake overhangs on this home are sufficient to keep most of the rain away from the windows and siding. A stone drip strip catches the water and drains away from the house. We didn't use gutters here because the homeowner didn't want to see them, and snow is also a consideration when using gutters because they tend to get ripped off when the snow slides. There are gutters that we have used that can deal with debris and snow - see this link: http://damianpetryguttersolutions.com/learn-about-gutter-topper/

          • Michelle

            What is the height of this portion of the house? From eaves to ground?

          Steven wrote:January 22, 2017
          Sandra Cupp wrote:May 12, 2017
            Kim Letschin wrote:June 6, 2018
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              Smith & Vansant Architects PC

              Sorry, but we re-used the original farmhouses shutters for this project. There is a place close to us that carries a wide array of sizes called Vermont Salvage in White River Junction. You might try them first since they will likely be less expensive than new shutters. If you need new we recommend: http://www.summithillinc.com

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