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Michele D Hinton: Pet house apparatus. Leon Gilden, September 22, 1992: US05148768 (43 worldwide citation)

A pet house construction includes a front entrance, with a plurality of drawer-like containers mounted between an upper and lower floor of the house structure. The house floor may be further removable to permit access of the pet to the drawer structure permitting filling of the drawer structure with ...


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Seymour L Schwartz: Modular green house construction. Airflow Aluminum Awning Company, Jessup & Beecher, November 15, 1977: US04057941 (40 worldwide citation)

A modular greenhouse construction in which panels are prefabricated from a universal beam or mullion and the panels are interlocked to form walls and a roof. The universal beam has a spline receiving groove in one surface and a ribbed channel in the surface opposite with C-shaped slots on either sid ...


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Jerome B Ellingson: Panels and the method of same for house construction. Schroeder Siegfried Ryan & Vidas, January 25, 1977: US04004387 (39 worldwide citation)

An improved panel and method of making the panel for building construction in which fiberglass layers separated by insulation and having plastic reinforcing spaced intermediate the extent of the same provides the stud structure for the panels and the connecting means for securing the panels to a flo ...


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John F Miller, Andrew J Miller: Lightweight insulated concrete wall. Ladas & Parry, December 16, 1997: US05697189 (37 worldwide citation)

A lightweight structural concrete wall panel for house construction, includes a sandwich construction of two thin fiber reinforced concrete faces enclosing vertical panels of insulation material consisting of expanded polystyrene. Vertical structural concrete ribs between the insulation panels are u ...


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John N Diamond: Single sheathing roof panel. Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, March 25, 1980: US04194335 (30 worldwide citation)

A prefabricated weatherproof roofing panel for new construction applicable directly to the roof rafters, or for older house construction where the existing roof and sheathing both need replacement, is described. Such prefabricated panels are complete per se and when applied by a carpenter to the roo ...


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Connelly Edward B, Weber Reinhart: House construction and subassemblies thereof. Casey Everett R, November 25, 1975: US3921354 (20 worldwide citation)

A construction for providing an inexpensive and easy to assemble house construction including support structure, wall structure and roof structure.


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Arthur Krebs: Pre-fabricated house construction. Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, September 25, 1984: US04472916 (19 worldwide citation)

A building construction system that permits the erection of a modular-skeleton structure type building in a very short time utilizing relatively unskilled labor. The construction of vertical metal profile posts which extend from the foundation to the horizontal roof girders in a single unit of unifo ...


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Robert J Caretto: Method of constructing houses. LaValle D Ptak, March 4, 1986: US04573302 (17 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed of constructing a housing development in which the necessity for taking repetitious measurements and re-measurements throughout the various stages of construction is minimized. A construction surface in the form of the floor of a school or building in a shopping center associat ...


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Finis Lavell Chisum: Log product and improvements in machine to prepare logs for log houses. Head Johnson & Chafin, September 13, 1977: US04047350 (17 worldwide citation)

Method and machine and a log product for log house construction includes improvements in apparatus to shape, and finish the logs, divide into halves or quarter sections for tongue-and-groove assembly construction of floors, walls, or ceiling appurtenant to the log house. Equally-spaced holes between ...


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Keith G Obermeyer, James S Andrews, David Wayne Koch, John R Twardy, Mark H Theno: Rafter air infiltration block. Ado, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus PA, March 19, 2002: US06357185 (17 worldwide citation)

A rafter air infiltration block for use in house construction to prevent loss of blown-in insulation and to prevent air infiltration between the outside and the trusses. A generally rectangular piece of stiff, waterproof material has a plurality of fold lines to allow the block to be readily placed ...



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