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culcheen wrote:
How much would this type of dormer cost to install? - I was thinking of this same kind or dormer for my home.
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@culcheen, This type of dormer would range from $11,000 to $15,000 depending on the size and number of windows. Often a digitally prefabricated dormer can be a more affordable option since it's a set price with lower labor costs.
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calr1 wrote:
is there any place i can get a detailed plan on this type of dormer.
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@calr1, Your best bet is probably to work with an architect to custom-design one. Stock options are available as well as custom designing one - if you go with digital pre-fabricated, you can see a 3D rendering of it before it's built!
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Candice Phillips wrote:
Paint color? - I love the paint colors of the home!! Please share!!
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juczen
What Brand/Color are the house and trim?
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tehughe wrote:
what is the metal roofing on the eyelid dormer? is this dormer prefabricated? - what company made the dormer...and is what is the metal roofing?
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The Eyebrow DormerThis dormer style, like an eye peeking through the roof, is one of my favorite architectural elements. These dormers are different from doghouse and shed dormers in that the eyebrow dormer's roof is curved, sometimes gently, sometimes not. Because of this curved roof, an eyebrow dormer tends to be a softer way to get extra space out of an attic.Eyebrow windows are also less massive looking than shed dormers, especially when windows don't fill the entire dormer exterior. By swooping its way down to the roof, an eyebrow dormer keeps its gentleness even when there's a lot of wall showing.

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