Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 07:41:52 AM. Architecture. By .
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You have to consider many factors when designing an architectural project in order to ensure quality and value. The construction technique is in most cases the first item to be evaluated, because it is the one factor that properly materializes the proposed design and determines the efficiency of the project in terms of time, costs, labor, finishes and final quality. In addition to wasting resources, traditional construction systems, such as masonry and concrete, demand a greater amount of time compared to other industrialized systems which are prefabricated. Thinking about alternatives capable of adapting to different territories, which are cost-effecient and fast to implement, has become a priority among architects and builders.
Vertical siding has not traditionally been seen in residential buildings, with the exception of board and batten siding, but it is becoming more popular. We most commonly associated it with warehouses and other commercial property aesthetics, but the overall effect on a home is slick. These modern styles and finishes are becoming more and more popular. Even though it can be more difficult to install which jacks up the price a bit, vertical siding is a breeze to clean and maintain. Play with mixing orientations of the siding, with some sections stretching horizontally and others running vertically or diagonally. It is trendy now, but remember that if you plan to sell the home in the future, potential buyers might not applaud its unconventional look.
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