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  1. * Exterior Wall Material:
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  3. Vinyl Siding
  4. Strong, impact resistant polyvinyl chloride planks. It is installed horizontally and attached directly to the exterior framing. Also commonly referred to as plastic siding.
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  7. Brick Veneer
  8. Layer of brick that is applied on the outside of the supporting wall structure for appearance and durability.
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  11. Solid Brick
  12. Should be selected when brick is the supporting structure of the wall instead of wood framing or block walls. In other words, the wall gets its strength from the brick. Solid brick may be found in older homes.
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  15. Stucco on Frame
  16. Hard cement-based material applied in a three-step process. A troweled, two-coat portland cement exterior consisting of metal mesh (lath), a base coat (scratch coat) and a finish coat installed over a wood stud back-up wall. The material is placed over an exterior wall that is built out of framing.
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  19. EIFS/Synthetic Stucco
  20. Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS) is an exterior wall coating system that resembles stucco. It incorporates a substrate covered with a foam insulation board, reinforcing mesh, a base coat, and a finish coat of synthetic stucco material, applied to a stud frame wall.
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  23. Wood Siding
  24. Siding made of wood materials such as hardboard, clapboard, Masonite, shakes or shingles.
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  27. Wood Shakes
  28. Wood shakes (with regular, irregular, or thatched butts) laid in overlapping layers on the exterior frame. Most bundles of shakes are furnished in random widths and applied over spaced sheathing and vapor barrier. Shakes are typically cedar.
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  31. Adobe
  32. Construction found in the southwestern United States. It is a sun-dried clay that comes in various sized bricks and has a rough texture. It is often covered on the interior and exterior with mud plaster, lime plaster, whitewash, or stucco.
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  35. Aluminum
  36. Lap or bevel aluminum siding laid either horizontally or vertically over the exterior wall. The aluminum is manufactured to appear like other exterior walls materials, such as wood or clapboard siding.
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  39. Brick & Block
  40. Should be selected when a combination of block and brick is the supporting structure of the wall instead of wood framing.
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  43. Cement Fiber Siding
  44. An external wall material made from a combination of wood fiber and portland cement. Fiber and cement wall material can be made to resemble slate, tile, or wood.
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  47. Clapboard
  48. Clapboard wood siding applied horizontally with the grain running lengthwise over the exterior wall. The quarter-sawn boards taper in thickness for overlapping with the thickest section of the board on the bottom. Clapboard is common in the northeastern United States.
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  51. Hardboard Siding
  52. A composite lap or bevel hardboard siding laid either horizontally or vertically over the exterior wall. Hardboard is a composite or pressed wood fiber or wood fibers bonded with resins, popularly known as Masonite.
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  55. Log Home
  56. Refers to a solid log construction. Wood siding that appears to be logs should be entered as log home.
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  59. New England Shingle
  60. New England pine shingles laid in overlapping layers on the exterior frame. Most bundles of shingles are furnished in random widths and applied over sheathing and vapor barrier.
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  63. Reinforced Concrete
  64. A concrete wall which is created by placing wall forms, usually 8" apart, and pouring concrete into the top. Reinforcement bar (rebar) is also usually placed in a 2' grid pattern for strength. This is the same process as used in a concrete foundation wall for a basement or crawlspace.
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  67. Solid Stone
  68. Walls that do not have a frame or concrete block structure behind them. Instead, they serve as the supporting structure of the wall.
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  71. Steel
  72. Lap or bevel siding laid either horizontally or vertically over the exterior wall.
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  75. Stone Veneer
  76. Natural stone placed in a bed of grout outside the supporting wall structure which usually requires wall ties, footings, or foundations for additional support.
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  79. Stone Veneer (High Quality)
  80. Standard shaped stones that are applied over the wall surface. Assumes custom designs and finishes as well as intricate partition configurations typical of high-value homes.
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  83. T-111 Siding
  84. A registered trade name for siding panels with a special surface treatment such as saw texture and with grooves spaced regularly across the face.
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  87. * Type of Foundation:
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  90. The foundation is the lowest part of your home which makes contact with the ground. If your home has multiple types of foundations, select the type which is beneath the majority of your home.
  91. For example, if 80% of the home is a Basement Finished and 20% is on a Slab, you would select Basement Finished as your Type of Foundation.
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  93. Basement Unfinished
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  95. Basement Finished
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  97. Basement Partially Finished
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  99. Crawlspace
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  101. No Foundation
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  103. Piers/Pillings
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  105. Slab
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  107. Suspended
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  109. * Type of Roof:
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  111. Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles
  112. A composition roofing material including one layer of asphalt that is reinforced with fiberglass or organic felt and has 3 distinct breaks or tabs for each shingle. When installed, it creates a symmetrical pattern and resembling stacked bricks. It is commonly referred to as a 3-tab shingle, but may also be called "laminated shingles" or "three-dimensional shingles".
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  115. Architectural Shingles
  116. Designer asphalt/fiberglass shingles featuring multi-layered construction, where random tabs or pads are applied to a base shingle to achieve added dimension and replicate the look of wood shakes. These shingles are sometimes referred to as laminated or three-dimensional shingles.
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  119. Clay Tile
  120. This roof material comes in several styles. Flat, barrel (or mission), and "S" tile are the common styles. This tile made from clay has been forced through an extruder, cut to size, air-dried, and then fired in a kiln. It may be glazed or unglazed. Unglazed tiles may also be called "Spanish".
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  123. Concrete Tile
  124. A thin piece of concrete made from Portland cement, fine aggregate, and pigments. Concrete tiles can be manufactured to resemble clay wood shakes, and can be either tapered or straight and barrel shaped with interlocking side laps or side joints.
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  127. Tar and Gravel
  128. A method of applying a roof system composed of various amounts of roofing paper (base sheet and ply sheet) to achieve a waterproof membrane. Can be hot applied or cold applied.
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  131. Hail Proof
  132. Composition roof shingles that are laminated, have a class A fire rating, a class 4 impact resistance rating, and are designed to minimize damage caused by impact, such as hail.
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  135. Mission Tile
  136. Barrel shaped semi-cylindrical clay tiles made by forming clay around a curved surface, laid in alternating columns of convex and concave tiles, applied over asphalt felt.
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  139. Rubber
  140. Roof covering using flexible elastomeric plastic/rubberized materials applied in rolls. The seams are vulcanized.
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  143. Slate
  144. These roofs have thin pieces of slate arranged in overlapping rows. Roofing slate comes in a variety of colors classified as unfading or weathering. Unfading colors stay very close to their original color throughout their life. Weathering colors change as they age.
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  147. Steel
  148. Interlocking steel or aluminum roofing tile or strips that are embossed and colored to look like individual wood shakes or clay tiles.
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  151. Tin/Membrane
  152. A thin gauge sheet of tin (terne) that is typically fastened with an interlocking standing seam system. The seams are either flat or raised. Tin alloys have a long life span and are a premium cost product. Tin roofs are not to be confused with the steel roofs commonly found on pre-engineered structures.
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  155. Wood Shakes/Shingles
  156. Overlapping, tapered pieces of wood, generally in random dimensions. Wood pine shingles are installed over a pitched roof on a spaced sheathing covered with a vapor barrier.
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  158. * Type of Air Conditioning:
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  160. Central Air Conditioning (Same Ducts as Heating)
  161. Central Air Conditioning (Separate Ducts than Heating)
  162. Central Air Conditioning (Other)
  163. Rooftop Evaporative Coolers
  164. Whole House Fan
  165. Window Units Evaporative Coolers (Permanent)
  166. High Efficiency Centrail Air Conditioning (Separate Ducts than Heating)
  167. Heat Pump (High Efficiency)
  168. Heat Pump
  169. High Efficiency Central Air Conditioning (Same Ducts as Heating)
  170. None
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  172. * Home Water Protection System:
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  174. None
  175. Single Point Water Detection
  176. Whole Home Water Detection
  177. Water Detection and Shut Off
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  179. * Any Fire Alarms that are Local or Direct?
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