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Residential Structures


Products used in these projects: PALRUF® SUNTOP® SUNTUF®
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SUNTUF®
John F. Baker, a self-confessed geek, tinkerer, beekeeper, outdoorsman, handyman, hacker, movie & TV fan, with too many hobbies and interests, built this wonderous chicken coop using Suntuf corrugated as the roofing material. Check out the blog post, or this YouTube video overview of the project.
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SUNTUF®
From JasonBauer.net, “Growing garden veggies in cold frames is a wonderful addition to your gardening life if you live in a climate that has a short growing season, or if you just want to extend your growing season. We use ours for lettuce, spinach, herbs, beets, leeks… I can’t think of much that will not do well in a cold frame.”
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SUNTUF®
This structure was designed and manufactured by a commercial patio cover and awning company, then covered with SUNTUF.
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SUNTUF®
User designed and built this storage shed, covering it with white SUNTUF to allow plenty of light into the shed, while also providing a roof with excellent weather protection and durability.
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SUNTOP®
Storage shed covered with Suntop Sedona Brick red on the sides, and Castle Gray on the roof.
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SUNTUF®
Side yard storage shed covered with Suntuf Silver Solar Control corrugated polycarbonate. Photo courtesy of Stan Schultz.
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SUNTUF®
Plans for this residential chicken coop can be found at www.TheGardenCoop.com.
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PALRUF®
Photos for this project came to us courtesy of Gilles Thibault, a designer from Montreal. For more info, visit: http://www.okozaoko.com/architectural-design.html.