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The 3-D rendering is a 16' wide x 28' long garage apartment. The two lean-tos are 10' across with 9' of drive-under headroom. The garage door is 9' wide x 8' in height. The headroom both down- and upstairs is 9'. The siding may either be Hardiplank or vinyl. Other sidings, as Georgia Pacific's T1-11, are available. The metal roofing depicted is gavalume -- you have a choice of colors. Scroll down to take advantage of the color visualizer (for metal roofs only).
|A distinctive trait of the Bainbridge is
that it is set up for air-conditioning. This is accomplished by 9"
vented soffits and a full-length ridge vent across the top of the roof
created by the way the steel comes together at the apex. Notice the
double fascia board: a 1"x8" under fascia and a
1"x4" top fascia made from Hardy trim, a concrete composite
which is pretty much impervious to water.
|The lean-tos feature 6"x6" treated support posts which may
be stained as suited. Note that the concrete pad beneath the lean-tos is
slightly lower than the main slab; this prevents water from running
beneath the siding. While not shown, a 42" staircase in the rear of
the building accesses the upstairs apartment. The apartment is designed
on a personal basis. Hence, please ask a Bradley pro to design one for
you. Notice the roof break between the top and middle section of the
roof. It is a handsome signature, setting the Bainbridge above its
|Bird's-eye view shown the handsome roof
lines. The way the steel comes together at the apex creates a ridge vent
across the top of the building.
|Bainbridge model with architectural built-up shingles. Other features mimic the renderings above.|
|Some clients do not want shutters; hence,
this rendering left the shutters off.
|Exterior stairs are optional. This would
save the room a staircase with landing takes up on the interior. If
fact, the length of the building could be reduced some 4'-6' by this
measure. Picture a second floor deck for barbecuing and leisure
|Overhead view showing the roof structure.|
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