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Old 11-14-2015, 09:23 PM   #295
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That is a nice looking garage and looks to be on a really nice piece of property.
Thanks. Because it is only a few hundred feet from the house, the DW did not want a big boxy metal building. Next spring it will be painted to match the house.
Its nice to have the coach inside before winter arrives.
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Old 11-15-2015, 12:57 AM   #296
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I would be interested In some interior pics? What's upstairs? Did you have a builder or did you do it yourself?

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The upstairs is storage and i have a hoist to lift stuff up. The dormers are actually re-lights open to the ceiling to let in more natural light.
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Old 11-15-2015, 02:54 AM   #297
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Is your sunscreen curtain manufactured as such or did you make it out of something else?
I purchased it on Amazon. I paid about $130. I see they are $99 now. Some are under $50.


http://www.amazon.com/MP-Mighty-Prod...7581368&sr=8-3

The address above will take you to the Amazon site, but you will have to select the correct size you want for pricing.
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Old 11-16-2015, 05:04 AM   #298
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I purchased it on Amazon. I paid about $130. I see they are $99 now. Some are under $50.


http://www.amazon.com/MP-Mighty-Prod...7581368&sr=8-3

The address above will take you to the Amazon site, but you will have to select the correct size you want for pricing.
Thanks. I'm looking at them now.
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Just in time for winter...

We started in July and had a few delays.The garage is 40' deep and 44' wide.

We just had the floor poured 2 weeks ago and the doors installed this week.
Electricity, heating and painting will have to wait until spring.
Very Nice! Nothing like parking them inside!!
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42x 52 16' side wall
Love the size! Plenty of room for more toys!
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Love the size! Plenty of room for more toys!
It has never been too big! I rent out space in the winter and still have room to fuss with our rig. Currently in addition to ours there is another 36' MH, two travel trailers, 28' class C and a 20' boat. The income pays our rigs insurance and fuel.
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Old 11-27-2015, 10:04 AM   #302
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New space for motorhome

As I mentioned in a 12-5-13 post, using a cover for our MH was not working out. The wind off from Lake Champlain all winter is relentless. We could not get 2 years out of a cover and the covers beating against the MH were starting to wear into the paint. I considered a few ideas, but most were out of our budget. I finally noticed this RV carport when I was thinking about possibly putting up a prefab half moon shaped metal building, even though I think they are uglier than all get out. I thought this had better visual appeal and was less expensive. The carport is 16'x40'x13'-6" tall. It has a 60psf snow load rating and 100 mph wind rating. It sit on 10-18"x5' concrete piers. Total cost for everything was about $8,200. Construction time, with just me doing the work, was about 50 hours. This includes layout, excavation, concrete, fill, and assembly. We are very happy so far, it keeps the sun, rain, and snow off our MH and that is what we really wanted.
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Very nice looking carport! Should do the job.
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Carolina Carport 18x50 with a 10' utility shed. 12' legs. Just finished it Thanksgiving.

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Carolina Carport 18x50 with a 10' utility shed. 12' legs. Just finished it Thanksgiving.

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Carolina Carport supplied/erected ours also (24' x 31' x 12'). Best price I could find in Greensboro, NC area. Installation took 2 days. I was happy with quality and cleanup.
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Wow! Looks like a fire house. Who polishes the floor?
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Water and a squeegee. Shines like this all the time. Two coats of epoxy and one coat of urethane. It's two years old now and the picture was taken a week ago.

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