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Retrofitting a multihead shower; shower enclosures; refrigerators
Building a deck over living space can be a tricky proposition. An architect and builder describes his method for suspending the deck framing from parapet walls, above an EPDM rubber membrane roof.
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Outdoor living spaces
Decks & railings, insulation & air sealing, door hardware
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Water-resistant gypsum panels, heated shingles, snap-in bamboo flooring, chimney pots, more
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