NEW YORK — Why don´t you want a bamboo home?
It´s not just because it´s messy and ugly.
It´ll never be your ideal home.
And it will never be as well maintained as a real one.
A new study from the American Society of Civil Engineers says it´ll take a minimum of 1,000 years to repair a home once it is torn down.
It also says that while a bamboo structure is a lot cheaper to maintain than a traditional house, it will require more maintenance.
The study, based on an analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Association of Realtors, said it took a minimum 1,500 years for a single-family home to be repaired and a new one built if it had been torn down and replaced with a single family home.
And that is a long time for a house to be torn down for the first time.
To make matters worse, the study found that the number of home repairs needed to be increased to 1,200 a year.
That would cost $6,200 annually, or $11,500 per year, to repair the home if it was torn down every year.
In fact, in 2020, only about 3 percent of the homes that the study considered had been repaired, and those that had been renovated were not repaired, the report found.
So what do you do if your home is torn to bits?
I don´ts have a good answer.
It just doesn´t seem like a fair trade off.
But if you can´t figure out what the best solution is, that`s your problem.
If you live in the desert, you can get away with living in a house that is 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide.
It is not that big of a deal if you don´nt have any problems.
If you have problems with heat and humidity, you have the option to put the house up.
If the house is torn apart and you have to replace it, you will have to do a lot of work to get it up.
You will have the most difficult time getting your home back if it is damaged.
You can rebuild it.
But you won´t be able to afford to do that if you have some of your money on hand.
When you look at it, if you want your house to stay the way it is, it is going to cost more to fix than it will to buy, the authors wrote.
But if you are willing to pay the extra cost, then you are not going to do much about it.
There are a lot more people in the United States who live in homes that are built in the U, Mexico and Canada.
If your home does not have the kind of maintenance you are looking for, it might just not be worth it.
If it is built in a country where people are paying to stay in their homes and do their upkeep, it could be cheaper for the home to stay where it is.
If there are problems, it can be hard to get them fixed.