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One of the most successful methods for deterring rainwater intrusion into walls is the rain screen approach.
What do you know about "Universal Design"? Accessible products are marketed to accommodate people with disabilities.
Recessed light fixtures, also called downlights or cans, are popular with homeowners because they provide controlled lighting, have low maintenance, and are somewhat concealed from view.
What do you know about "Universal Design"?
How many doubting looks are cast at the mere mention of fluorescent lighting in a home?
Keeping all those recyclables in your kitchen can be messy and take up too much space; but we all know how important recycling is for us and the environment.
The roots of America's love affair with the porch run deep.
Every new home, in one way or another, reflects its owners and their priorities. After all, this is the true definition of a custom home-- one that is designed to fit the lives of its inhabitants...
How important is good attic ventilation?
You plan to build your dream home.
During the past three decades I have traveled extensively throughout the South, observing thousands of old homes that survive from another era.
Hold the Living Room, Please!
Sometime in the past few years, the trend watchers told us that people were turning away from nightclubs and bars.
Up until a few years ago, the term "home office" called up images in many people's minds of that dark room where Mike Brady retreated every evening.
In the early days of indoor plumbing, fancy, decorative wash basins were attainable only by the wealthy.
Perhaps the most important feature to look for in a kitchen cabinet is quality of construction.
Americans continuously search for ways to combat the rigors of daily life. We long for relaxation and relish it whenever the opportunity arises.
The kitchen of the '90s reflects the growing tendency of family members to use this room as a hub of daily activities.
Today, kitchens and baths serve as the busiest rooms in many homes.
If you're living (or planning to live) with a bathroom that threatens to match Groucho's description, you know it's no laughing matter.