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Laminated beams and PVC trim round off the corner on a new porch for a historic building
Raising the bar on efficiency; restoration in the round
There's no question that a porch looks and feels best when all of its components relate to the rest of the house's design. In an earlier column, we focused on how porch guardrails can complement a home (5/06); here, we'll talk about ways that porch columns, posts, and piers can do the same.
Q. Sealers for Porch Floors We just installed a T&G fir floor on a covered porch that the customer plans to have painted in the spring. I would prefer to at least seal the wood against the weather until the painter has a chance to prime and top-coat the f
Synthetic millwork gives this front entry porch a classic look.
It used to be that on warm afternoons folks would sit out on the front porch to catch some air and chat with passersby strolling down the sidewalk.
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Designers sometimes use the phrase "prospect and refuge" to describe a pleasing environment that offers a good view of its surroundings while still providing a comforting sense of shelter.
A Rhode Island builder uses an I-joist layout grid to ensure accurate layout of the column piers for a complex porch.
Inviting front porches
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