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Old 11-12-2013, 04:49 PM   #29
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Storage Condo. Very cost effective can buy and sell if you want. Heated and 30 amp (or more) power. 14'X50' Awesome
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Old 11-12-2013, 04:55 PM   #31
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Just starting to have mine built, it will be 30 X 50 x 16 with a 14 x 14 sectional door and a 10 x 10 sectional door in the end. Soon as it goes up I'll post pictures.

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Great response everyone. Finally ordered my building doing 40x80x16. Drive through bay for coach and trailer to stay hooked up. And 4 14x14 garage door on long side. Thanks for a all you response.
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While we don't have an RV Garage - or the funding just yet - we have decided on the garage that we're going to do. Extra funds are going into the "RV Barn" fund - when they're not going into the fuel tank

We've got plenty of space to put this garage up on the property, and the style fits with our country/farmland property.



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Old 11-12-2013, 05:32 PM   #34
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I have a building half finished for my coach. The main building is 41*80 18' sidewalls. I don't have a picture with the 40' Dutchstar in it. Attached are two pictures. One with the door open while pouring the concrete floor and another with it closed. I plan to add 16' building extensions on each side st a later date.

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I absolutely agree, the garages shared on this thread are awesome!
In our climate in Manitoba, Canada, with warm to hot summers with lots of sun and cold winters with abundant snow, we wanted a fully enclosed structure. We did explore other options including S & B, machine sheds and sheet metal quonsets. In our area a substantial foundation (possibly with a concrete pad) would be required for most such "permanent" buildings. Our PQB is considered "portable" and does not require a foundation. Frankly, our main consideration in settling on the fabric building was cost. It serves the purpose well and other similar buildings in our area appear to be standing up well. The cost including installation was $13,000. A sectional garage door can be installed to replace the rollup door but that would add $1500 - $2000 to the cost.
As mentioned previously, ventilation/condensation is indeed a consideration. Vents are installed at both ends and the pedestrian doors can be left open as required. We have a large fan running 3 seasons as necessary to provide constant air circulation.
Good luck in your deliberations!

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Thanks Hugh for the info. It's always a balance of costs and functions, to me. Your cost is very reasonable, if I can get one done in that figure I would be a real happy man
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80 X 80 with 80 by 14 lean. 7 inch concrete in and out. Over 500 yards. Built in 2004. Outside pic.
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