A detached house is a stand-alone residential structure that does not share outside walls with another house or building. Also called a separate house or a single-detached dwelling, a detached house is typically the most desirable single-family unit.
Sun Communities is located on the Little Manatee River, so it's beautiful to come and relax and have a meal, and a cocktail. We have a great group of people working there, and work well with each other. My only disappointment, is management doesn't understand the bar end of business, so it's a bit frustrating.
Type 3: Ordinary Type 3 buildings can be of either new or old construction, and they have non-combustible walls and a wood roof. Older construction buildings may consist of unreinforced masonry and have a conventionally framed roof, while newer buildings will have lightweight roof systems supported by reinforced masonry or tilt slab.
TYPE II – This type of building has steel or concrete walls, floors, and structural framework similar to type I construction; however, the roof covering material is combustible. The roof covering of a type II building can be a layer of asphalt waterproofing, with a combustible felt paper covering. Another layer of asphalt may be mopped over the felt paper.
Techniques used to construct these buildings vary greatly from one part of the country to another because of the building materials used. Older Type 3 buildings still in use today were built using local materials easily accessible to the builders. Ordinary construction buildings have a long history of difficult fires.
TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION TYPE I – This concrete and steel structure, ... TYPE V – Wood-frame construction is the most combustible of the five building types. The interior framing and exterior walls may be wood. A wood-frame building is the only one of the five types of construction that has combustible exterior walls. This is the typical single-family home construction method. These buildings ...