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Interior Corrugated Wainscot Design

[fa icon="calendar'] 05/24/2019 / by Katelyn Furtney posted in Interior Metal, DIY, corrugated

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Corrugated vs Standing Seam Metal Roofing

[fa icon="calendar'] 03/27/2019 / by Steve Collins posted in Metal Roofing, modern, corrugated, residential, weathered steel, Home Advice

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What are the Differences Between Corrugated and Standing Seam Roofing Panels?

While both roofing panels have their advantages, when choosing between corrugated roofing or a standing seam metal roof a few key performance features need to be considered.

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Using Metal Siding on a Modern Home

[fa icon="calendar'] 10/03/2018 / by Steve Collins posted in Metal Siding, Colors, modern, corrugated, shiplap, residential, facades

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A well-designed modern home looks clean and almost minimalist in its finished form. This clean simplicity can sometimes hide the hours of intensive thought that went into each line, curve, and surface. Designers have to balance aesthetics, performance, longevity, and often most importantly, the surrounding landscape. New technologies have improved metal siding panel systems, allowing designers more flexibility in their designs, knowing that the performance and longevity of the product is up to their standards.

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Project Highlight: Great Country Timber Frames in Connecticut

[fa icon="calendar'] 04/30/2017 / by Morgan Scott posted in Metal Siding, Metal Roofing, Colors, corrugated, residential, facades, weathered steel

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The Old West is known for its rustic charm and rugged landscapes. That is why homeowners and designers love to use the Wild West as design inspiration for residential and commercial spaces, even on the East Coast.

One company that is witnessing this first hand is Great Country Timber Frames out of Connecticut. "There’s a strong nostalgia for the West in the East Coast, where Cape- and Colonial-style homes and businesses are the norm. From cowboys to wide open blue skies, New Englanders are fond of the West. The appeal of rustic design on the east coast is certainly in the wanting to be different." 

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