December 18, 2014 Guest Post
Dealing with routine roofing repairs should be planned on by homeowners annually. However, certain regions of the country are prone to more serious roofing catastrophes than other areas. What should you do if you live in an extreme cold climate where snow and ice can cause a roof to cave in? How can you protect your roof during a hurricane and other serious windstorms? Here are some measures you can take to help ensure your roof is safe during a catastrophe.
Change Roofing Materials
If you live in an area with high winds, use concrete tiles as roofing materials. Concrete roofing materials are strong and can withstand wind, ice, fire, and other conditions. If you plan on using concrete tiles, you’ll need additional support within the attic for the extra weight. Another roofing option to consider is metal roofing. Metal does a great job protecting against snow and ice, as it simply slides right off. This makes it easier to protect your home from damage as the weight of the ice and snow will not stay on the roof for long, preventing cave-ins from occurring.
Modern House Design
H_Home was designed by Ras-a. It is a residential project on a golf course in southwestern Missouri. The design explores the spirit of a “country club” home through a modern, open floor plan, while using familiar forms and materials found in the midwest vernacular. Please visit Ras-a site for further detail.
December 17, 2014 Luxury House Design
This Residence situated on the Au Sable River near Grayling Michigan. Designed by Michael Fitzhugh Architect, the house offering views of the river. Enjoy images of Au Sable River Residence below, for further detail visit Michael Fitzhugh Architect site.
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Minimalist House Design, Single Residential
Here are the pictures of Atherton Residence, designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloo Architercts. Located on the peninsula south of San Francisco, this house sits on an internal suburban flag lot. The house is heated with a radiant system in the stone floors, and despite the hot climate it is not air conditioned, but passively cooled with a combination of overhangs, shades, and operable windows. The house also features many green building materials, including high fly-ash concrete, formaldehyde-free casework and denim insulation. For further detail visit Turnbull Griffin Haesloo Architercts site.
December 16, 2014 Architecture Design
The South Harbor Resort by Suppose Design Studio, Luxury Resort in Hiroshima. There is no description from the site. Please visit Suppose Design Studio for further detail.
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