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According to Colin McGhee, thatched roofs are “a bit of a novelty in the United States.” That perception won’t be diminished by the job he took on this past winter when he and his crew thatched a Maine island retreat.
Missing lintel; residential sprinklers; solar on site; epoxy warning; scraper problem; more
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Underground dome home
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