conventional home

conventional home

Also called a stick-built home; a home built on-site, as opposed to a manufactured home (built elsewhere) or a modular home (components built elsewhere and assembled on-site).

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RODENT MENACETHE super-rats are defying conventional home methods of control
ICDS ARCH has plans to build the first self-sustainable flat packed home which is greener than any other conventional home built in UK and it recycles itself through internal systems.
One of the many advantages of living away from my conventional home is that I get to be part of such an impressive multi-cultural society.
As such, it needs a mere fraction of the electricity it takes to run a conventional home of comparable size.
Bose Lifestyle systems have long presented an alternative to the large size and complexity of many conventional home theatre systems, combining proprietary Bose technologies to deliver a balance of superior audio performance from movies and music.
Standard Definition DVDs can be played back on conventional home players.
It is claimed the homes could be as cheap as pounds 70,000 and could be assembled in a matter of weeks - compared to six or nine months for a conventional home.
Unlike the group's conventional home insurance policy, the Sticky Fingers Cover offers people protection against accidental damage done to furniture and furnishings, such as sofas, curtains and carpets.
As well as offering businesses advice on matters of energy consumption and generation, the exhibition will focus on more conventional home energy advice along with the latest products and services to help make homes more energy efficient.
Using a factorial design that included freezing and thawing rate factors, they froze split chicken breasts without tenders at -18 C in a conventional home freezer and in a mini blast-plate freezer.
The printer works just like a conventional home or office color printer.
A SENIOR judge yesterday expressed sympathy for an elderly traveller with an aversion to living in a conventional home who has become too ill to end her days in a caravan.

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