new 'heat-shielding' windows are installed in paul and amelia's one-story home, and the house is inspected for termites. rigid ductwork is installed for the new central air-conditioning system.
'this old house' is in cambridge, mass., where the crew will turn the inside of a dark, divided 1887 two-family into an open, scandinavian-style one-family. kevin o'connor tours the house and
mike and mj add a partial second story to the country house, while dangerous structural issues in the river house force them to take down the roof and second floor walls. season 2, episode 2 july
a couple who live in a one-room yurt in portland, maine, want a space for entertaining, so pete builds them a tree house 19 feet high that features a rooftop crow's nest, a copper roof and a wall
heres what im hoping to do. i'm making a 3 story house, with part of the second story to be a sort of balcony/deck. since the balconie/deck is on top of part of the first floor, when i view it the roof is sticking through the tile of the balcony. can anyone help or is my effort impossible??
steamboat springs, colo. charlie dresen, steamboatsmyhome.com. this 2,000-square-foot roof garden is unique among its peers because it is situated not only on a two-story home, but also on a 1.36
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the two-story house has an open sun deck, a three-car garage, access to a boat slip and boathouse, a fireplace, breakfast bar, granite countertops, a spa-like master bath with double vanities and
the home two doors down, where a black family lived for three decades, has been demolished and is now a hole in the ground - sold to a local developer who's building a three-story house with a
house 2 home - part 2 of 2. november 19, 2013 . conclusion. a family add a large kitchen to their home to better serve their son with cerebral palsy. november 18, 2013. house 2 home - part 1 of 2
the two houses take some work but can both be turned in to great bases. i turn the bottom floors in to kill cages for hordes surrounded by spikes with iron bars, and use the second floors for living space, with my gardens on the roof.
i was doing research because i want to build a 2 story shed in our yard, and wanted to see what size wood i would need to support the second floor. the first floor is for storage, the second floor is a chill place, so i guess you could call it a guest house. i looked up building codes, and the supporting weight of 2x8's, 2x10's, and 2x12's.
secure and seal your roof photo courtesy of shutterstock 'it all starts with the roof,' rochman said. 'the roof is the largest potential opening on the house, and wind and water