This modest-yet-delightfully-rustic abode comprises of a 20′ x 115′ platform, a shelter formed by the roof and east wall, and several gabion stone walls. The site sits on a long, narrow, rocky hillside, sloping gently to the south and steeply to the east and west. Sustainable materials, technologies and techniques are used throughout the building process: Recycled steel, sustainably harvested wood, BIBS insulation in oversized wall and ceiling cavities, on-demand hot water, low-flow fixtures and convection heat are just a few of the strategies employed. The building reads and lives like a habitable landscape, adapting to the changing seasons and needs of its occupants.
As a seller, you may want to offload your home or renovation property “as-is.” When a home is listed “as-is,” this means that the property owner will not make any repairs when selling the home. The buyer understands this when they go into the bidding process, and the home is often discounted in the process. Read more
Over the years it is necessary to do regular roof repairs or do partial reroofing of your home, but sometimes when the roof is very old, you have many shingles missing, or you have frequent problems it may be the right time to start budgeting for replacing your entire roof. Read more
If you are currently in the process of looking around for roofing materials for a new roof, there are a variety of factors that you need to consider. The first consideration is to ensure the materials are within your budget, that they can perform their role and you need to ensure they are durable and long-lasting. Read more