Yes, you are correct—and it is a 2x6 on top.
It is a sliding door that is designed to fully pocket. This particular door system is by Fleetwood, and there are many other brands I have also used in the past that are often less expensive, such as Western and Heritage.
Please see the previous question for info on the door system.
It is an Infratech W3024 (3000W Stainless Steel Quartz Heater).
The siding is a composite shingle by Hardie.
The shingle siding is Boothbay Blue from Hardie. The trim is painted—not sure of the color.
The owner and the contractor worked directly together on this unit. I believe there are only a few Fostoria models that are recessed and I think you can order the SS trim as an option. I've also used an INFRATECH W-Series flush mount on other projects. It also has a stainless steel frame. Model W2524 SS.
There is no blower on this type of heater. If you are under the heater, you can definitely feel it.
This railing was custom built using composite materials by Azek. Unfortunately, it is not a kit system.
Thank you! The front porch is between 9 and 10' deep and the heaters are a brand called Fostoria.
I've used them several times. They don't put out as much heat as the gas heaters-- but the recessed installation is a much cleaner look. As long as the ceiling height is not too great, they work really well.
This ceiling is made of 2" wide "bead board" that is painted white.
The product used is an exterior Hardie brand cement fiber shingle that comes in prefinished colors. I'm almost positive the color used is "Boothbay blue".
The driveway for this home is concrete with a brick border. You may check with your local building department for options on what they will accept as pervious surfaces for your project. Decomposed granite, gravel, synthetic grass, reinforced grass, or concrete pavers are a few options that come to mind.
The wall with the refrigerator and range is 15'-3" long. The sink side is 15'-1" from the wall to the edge of the cabinetry.
It is 4'-6" wide by 8' long.
I can't recall the manufacturer for this particular window, but I believe it was a vinyl window by Milgard. However, all major window manufacturers should have bay window options very similar to this.
The total length of the bay window opening is just under 9'.
The cabinets were made by a custom manufacturer that works out of the San Diego area. If you live in or near this area, I would be glad to get you additional contact information.
A brick patio could look good with several different widths of mortar. It could be whatever you like. I think the brick in this patio has a mortar joint of 1/2" thick.
The trellis structure is approximately 16'x16' square.
The structure was built out of CMU block and clad with a decorative stone at the sides and cap.
There is a wood structure within the columns. The columns are clad with a combination of Hardie Shingle and Azek trim that has been painted.
The trellis structure sits up about 10' so we had the separation required for the fire pit installed. Manufactured fire pits typically have minimum required distances to combustible construction noted on their installation literature.
No—the yard area is very limited, so the orientation was determined by the space we had to work with. Luckily, our climate here in San Diego is very mild, so solar orientation is not as critical as other areas may be. If you desired more shade, you could always go over the top beams with smaller slats in the other direction that would provide much more shade cover.
The beverage refrigerator is standard depth at 24" so we made the counter top and cabinetry standard depth as well—24".
The dimensions of the living room are 15'-"8 x 22'. However, please keep in mind there is a walkway area behind the two rear chairs that is included in the 22' dimension.
it is approximately 42'-6" x 22' wide.