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Connecting spaces upstairsFarmhouse Exterior, Burlington

This exterior image shows how the original three-window shed dormer was extended to allow access to the upstairs addition. The carved out porch provides a beautiful connection to the newly renovated landscape.
Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography

Inspiration for a small farmhouse two-story wood exterior home remodel in Burlington with a metal roof —  Houzz
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Vered Meri wrote:Jul 10, 2013
  • eneal23
    I have unknowingly saved so many pictures from this house during independent searches! It really is a beautiful home, with so many thoughtful, and timeless details. My favorite overall element is how the design of the interior enhances the owners collected & curated style. Gorgeous work.
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    Wow, thank you for the nice comments!

segoode369 wrote:Jun 23, 2013
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    Wermers Design & Architecture

    I like the detail of the seams turning flat into the ridge. It makes a clean, simple look. What is the specification to get that affect??

  • Germain Wong

    Hi, can't tell from the pic, are there stiffening ribs between the seams? I wanted the same thing (19" with no "pencil ribs") but the manufacturer said they would want me to sign a waiver for oil cannning... just wondering if oil-canning is a problem in your project.... thanks!

Ashley Maxwell wrote:Jun 21, 2018
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    There is a stone drip strip in the earth around the building where the drip line from roof runoff collects and is channeled into the footing drains and to daylight beyond the far side of the porch in this image. The small shrubs are concealing the drip strip here.

  • Mike

    Which exact product is this roof material? https://www.englertinc.com/metal-roofing/

tspoe wrote:Dec 2, 2014
  • John Anderson

    I was thinking the same thing about the snow guards. I have seen more, and more houses with metal roofs now. In places that get a lot of snow, is it best to have a metal roof? http://www.starkweatherandsonsroofing.com/roofing.html

  • shannons70

    Can you ordor meltal roofs charcol. Like the one on this house. I stay in North Carolina.

mjm2003 wrote:Mar 25, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    That is Brilliant White in a low luster by Benjamin Moore paints.
  • heychickie

    Do you use the same whites for trim and wall when painting a house white?

Laurie Ann Harris wrote:Oct 11, 2015
drbarbara wrote:Jul 24, 2014
  • drbarbara
    Thank you. I am building a house with such a porch on the Maine coast. Now I will know what to call it. No one else knew the name.
  • drbarbara
    L.E. Nichols and Son, LLC (also known as Larry & Matthew) along with Joe and Aiden are building this beautiful oceanfront home in Downeast Maine. Matthew chose the carve out porch for me and I love it. Another picture here.
Aaron Marzec wrote:Oct 4, 2012
  • kattakath
    Could you advice me on the roof
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    This standing seam metal roof is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Dark Bronze finish.
Ali wrote:Jul 21, 2012
  • lillerly
    Hi. Do you happen to know if the Englert roofing used on this home is Series A1300? We are trying to find a standing seam metal roof that appears "flat, without ridges" between the seams, which in this photo looks like is the case. Any specific info is greatly appreciated.
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    Standing seam metal roofs, by definition include a seam. I believe the seam on this roof stands up approximately an inch and a half and that corresponds to the A1300 series specifications. You can find more information at: http://www.englertinc.com/architectural-metal-roof-systems/
    Hope that helps!
McC | Architecture pllc wrote:Aug 29, 2018
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    For the new portion of the building on the left side of this image with the porch the rafters are 2x12's and we ripped down 2x4's (to 2 7/8") and sistered to the rafters. With a 1'-6" overhang they extended an additional 3'-0" effectively providing a cantilever/support for the sheathing. Glad you like it!

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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    While this image makes it look almost black, this is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" standing seam metal roof in a Dark Bronze finish. We used the 26 gauge metal, but 24 gauge is optimal (and more expensive) if you want to be sure you don't get an oil canning affect (caused by stretching metal). Speak to a good roofing contractor in your area about this, standing seam and pan spacing options.
    Hope that helps.

Jamey Sherwood wrote:Sep 8, 2015
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    This standing seam metal roof is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Dark Bronze finish.

  • Emily Bennette

    This metal roof looks amazing against the white color of the exterior of the home. It seems like it would be hard to get a leak in the roof if it was made out of metal. Do you know if a roof like this would stand up well against heavy snowfall? http://www.nmtroofing.com 

jamilkb wrote:Oct 13, 2013
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Painted hemlock clapboards.
  • Andre Beluchi

    Wow, a what a beautiful roof that was installed in that home. I wonder though, what type of tools or materials would be used to put up such a roof like that? Looking at this has me thinking about my own roof and how I'm thinking about seeing a roofer to get rid of all my shingles and just replace the shingles for a metal roof or even an aluminum roof, if there is such a thing. http://www.patriotroofingservices.com

bhavan_1010 wrote:Oct 9, 2013
Design Directions wrote:Apr 1, 2012
  • Emily H
    It's metal. Love the look!
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    This is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" 24 guage metal roof in a Dark Bronze finish.
Carolyn Smith wrote:Dec 4, 2018
Arely Torres wrote:Jul 15, 2015
  • Skylar Williams

    It looks like a metal roof to me. That's really interesting, normally you only see this roof on large buildings and cabins. I think it looks really good on a house like this though. I wonder what the price difference is for something like this. http://www.allsloperoofing.com/en/ 

fruizaranibar wrote:Sep 11, 2013
pixey wrote:Apr 29, 2013
shereemays wrote:Mar 31, 2013
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    I am sorry, our homes are custom designs created to specifically integrate our client's programmatic requirement with their particular site. Our policy has been to not release drawings to protect both the clients privacy and our hard work.
    However, this home has been recently published in This Old House Magazine April 2013 edition and there are crude floorplans in there.
    Hope that helps!
chrispcnm wrote:Apr 22, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    This is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" 24 guage metal roof in a Dark Bronze finish.
berm wrote:Mar 1, 2012
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