It’s usually hard to imagine what these houses will look like when finished because we do not use any of the conventional parts and pieces to build with.
See the different windows as they are installed, with giant door and tons of light, this is indeed a beautiful start to an incredible house.
This is 12′ x 26′ with a full second floor, one of the most usable so far.
I hope this helps give you a few ideas about how to build a house out of Pure Salvage Materials.
Thanks for watching as we do our magic.
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The end wall has a couple of matched casement windows in Textured french glass panes with the leaded glass casement window up above.
Nice windows for the back side with the crowns with angles too.
See the Cypress siding before it gets oiled or painted if one pleased.
This gives a view that really shows of the size of the place.
Here is a close up of the windows and the front door which is well over 7′
Some of the windows that Rodney had found that we jambed up and made usable again.
Gable end window, one of two in the house that matched.
Bathroom window showing the beautiful glass.
End of the wall windows have a textured glass,
Back wall of the house.
End view with the casement windows nearby.
Close up of the end wall.
Rear end view of the house.
Back side of the house to the kitchen windows.
The corner on the back side of the house.
This shot shows the front door and most of the front windows installed.