It never gets old, even if it is incredibly cold, but watching snow fall on this house from: the outside-in; or the inside-out it, is magical. Someone asked, how  much snow the flat-roof can manage, and we did a little digging into the sales materials we have. Apparently, the roof is engineered and tested to withstand 84 pounds per square foot, which means the roof can manage up to 5 feet of wet snow.

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We were curious to see how the new fence was going to hold-up in the extreme temperatures. So far it is doing great, it has withstood incredibly high winds, excessive rain, and now snow and temperatures that haven’t been above freezing point for weeks on end. We are giving the ‘polycarbonate’ material the ‘thumbs-up’.

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And of course we couldn’t have a photo shoot without Banksy in a picture or two.

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About the Author The Frost House - Bob & Karen

Stewards of the Frost House. Although we are into preservation, we truly 'live' in the house, and love sharing it with our dog Banksy + family + friends.

3 comments

  1. 7 Hello
    You come across as a person who cares,and as
    Some one who needs to be in charge of a wonderful lhome iike this.
    And what fits the personality of a fun house
    Such as this as a bubbly drinker.
    I mean that in the most positive way the days when we felt it was “La Docha Vita.
    My best to you and the Home and Family.
    Sincerely
    Bob Hill

    Liked by 1 person

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