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Ideas on How to Design your Beams for your Home Project

Posted on 8/14/19 12:30 PM

Beams are distinct architectural features with a particular rustic charm effect that adds warmth and depth to any home project. This is a look that is now being sought after by urban decors to be incorporated into contemporary spaces.

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4 Architectural Features You Could Use for Building a Covered Walkway to a Detached Garage

Posted on 1/9/19 6:00 AM

A century ago, detached garages were common. Although today most people have their garage as part of their house, an increasing number of homeowners are converting their garages into offices or bedrooms and building separate, detached garages. Besides giving your house more living space, a detached garage can make your home more secure from intruders. This is because burglars who break into a detached garage are less likely to get inside your house.


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Creative Ideas for Using Polyurethane Beams

Posted on 11/30/18 5:00 AM

Are you looking for an easy way to add more character and "pop" to your home without breaking your budget? Many homeowners, besides architects and contractors, are discovering the advantages of using polyurethane beams. Here are a few of numerous benefits of polyurethane beams, along with some creative ideas on how homeowners are using these products in their homes. 

 

Basic Benefits of Polyurethane Beams 

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Wood Substitutes For Your Porch With Heavy Architectural Details

Posted on 7/18/18 1:36 PM

Old houses endure, but not so much the porches that give the home character. If left unpainted, even first-growth millwork will eventually splinter and rot, especially if it's been fancifully scroll-cut. So if your porch is in good shape, count yourself fortunate (and keep a paintbrush handy). For those longing to re-create a period porch, you're in luck: Recent innovations in building materials make it possible to hit all the architectural high notes - often without requiring the kind of skilled construction that's been hard to come by since World War II .

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