Contemporary rustic-garage
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Contemporary Rustic Garage, Burlington

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http://www.terrigenous.com
Example of a mountain style one-car garage design in Burlington — Houzz

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jbmaguire wrote:
what kind of pavers did you use here? How does it hold up to plowing? are they set in stone dust? A beauty!
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The door on the right opens into a small room used to store trash, until it can be picked up. The roof is made from a single stone slab.
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diverbobby
Can you tell me what heating system was used and where this is? Looking for contractor in Northern, VA
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aqramage wrote:
Do you have any photos showing the garage and house together?
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Daniel wrote:
Any more? - Are there any more pictures of this? It is designed so well. I'd love to see more.
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ekimollavac wrote:
Love the paver design in driveway - Love the paver design what geometric pattern did you use to create it. I am doing my driveway in florida would love to do something like it
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Sean Black wrote:
Park City, Ut? - Park City Mt?
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megconway wrote:
ballpark costs for subsurface heating?
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neerbas610 wrote:
Heated Paver Driveway - What type of heating system did you use under the pavers?
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Laura Gaskill added this to 9 Tips for Selling Your House in Winter
8. Clear all exterior pathways of snow and ice. Nothing will turn away potential buyers faster than a treacherously icy path. Open-house guests should be able to easily walk all the way around the house and access outbuildings. Provide as much off-street (snow-cleared) parking as you can to make things easy for visitors.
Jocelyn H. Chilvers added this to Take a Winter Walk on the Safe Side
Consider subsurface heating systems for areas beneath driveways, patios and pool decks to keep daily outdoor activities accessible all winter. This is an expensive option, but one that may have value in locations with very high snowfall or for especially large areas.

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Alene Davis added this to Welches House
Fun detail in the courtyard cobblestones.

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