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a structure attached to the exterior of a building often forming a covered entrance

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A spokeswoman for David Wilson Homes said: "While it is difficult to determine the exact cause for the collapse of Mr Manley's porch 18 years after the installation, we are reviewing all porches at the development as a precaution.
Future plans include educational guides on selecting a remodeling and decks and porches contractor, professional advice from local experts, and a question and answer forum for Richmond homeowners.
Now homeowners and builders in the South Atlantic states can invest in porches that will be enjoyed for generations to come.
I suspect the overhang of a cave would be the first that we could consider, but in many civilizations around the world porches, or porticos, were a response mainly to climate.
That was the thing about front porches and gliders.
A: PORCHES ARE A DISTINCTIVE AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT, ORIGINALLY ADOPTED FOR PRACTICAL MEASURES OF weather protection and cooling.
This nod to an old southern tradition allows neighbors to visit each other on their porches on a warm summer's day.
Porches do not usually require planning permission except in certain circumstances.
The International Code Council (ICC) has issued a building safety bulletin urging the public to pay close attention to the safety and stability of their porches and balconies.
Porches do not usually require planning permission except in certain circumstances, but you must be sure of where you stand before starting work.
Programmes, it was thought, owed their character partly to the great variety of spaces in which they had been conceived: drawing rooms, sun porches, attics and so on.
Southern porches have been celebrated in song ("Swingin'" and "My Tennessee Mountain Home," to name just two country music examples) and story (Zora Neale Hurston: "It was the time for sitting on porches beside the road.
When porches fail, rotted floors and posts are usually the culprits.
The porches on these pages suggest the versatility of this popular architectural feature.
This category is a natural expansion of the Trex Transcend brand, as contractors tell us that they regularly build porches out of composite deck materials because customers are tired of replacing and repairing wood floor boards.