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Old 11-17-2013, 05:35 PM   #71
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Those going to be windows/ventilation across the top, or are the walls not finished?

Ventilation is what I'm trying to figure out on an enclosed garage. Maybe 3-4 screened windows down each side?
If your talking about the garage with the airplane hanger door then no. All the windows are fixed. The shop cools off pretty well with the giant door fully open. Generally when it's 105 out. Doesn't happen too many times. Eventually yhe bav k portion will be framed in with a party area upstairs and clean rooms underneath. These might get hvac.
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Old 11-19-2013, 08:43 PM   #72
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We had a "Barn Raising" at my house this weekend. Three friends and I started up vertical on Sat. Hung sheet metal yesterday. It will take another day for 1/2 walls on the sides and all the trim. Then I will finish out electrical myself. It is 48 x 26 x 14 with 4:12 roof. The sidewalls will come down to 8' height.
Finished the building this past weekend. There were 4 of us for the 1st weekend and only 3 of us the last 2 days. The trim and gutters took the longest. It was a great experience, to build it myself. I know every nut and bolt that went into it, not to mention the money saved.
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Old 11-20-2013, 07:28 AM   #73
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18'w x 51'l x 14'h(@peak). Plenty of room to open slides & we can raise the TV antenna. Packed gravel base. The closed end faces west. 30A outlet on adjacent building. Out in the boondocks so no permits necessary. Approx $5k assembled. Lori-
Where did you order that from?
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Old 11-20-2013, 07:49 AM   #74
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The building is 40x60 and wired for 30 and 50 amps. The sign came from our storage business which my Brother ran till he passed away. I had to keep the sign for old times sake.

The coach is in front of our home and if you look carefully you can see the lake in the background.
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Old 11-20-2013, 09:47 AM   #75
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Built a coach garage to match the house -- 18x60 ft., which left room to put slides out, and still get lots of other things in there. Door is 12w by 14h. Inside height is about 16 ft. -- I can walk on the roof while inside.
Beautiful job, really well done! If I built something as nice as yours I would probably end up renting the house out! Who needs the house!
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:05 PM   #76
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Good looking bldg
I'm getting ready to out floor heat in mine..don't want to kill the thread but interested in knowing your process of the floor heat
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Old 12-03-2013, 05:03 AM   #77
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Here's ours just started

Garage is 50x60 full hookups and drive through. House is 2500sq ft. We think the garage should be bigger than the house!
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Old 12-03-2013, 08:53 AM   #78
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I need to take some more last one i took at the time of building its 55'x110' wash bay and breeze way in between i like it do not have to winterize 10 ft door in breeze way for loading ect dump station inside and water .
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Old 12-03-2013, 07:37 PM   #79
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Mine, very new

I built this myself, a little help from family and friends. Hired out the masonary only. Stick built.

Left side is my motorcycle collection, middle rv storage/workshop, right side storage, mower, tractor etc..

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I built this myself, a little help from family and friends. Hired out the masonary only. Stick built.

Left side is my motorcycle collection, middle rv storage/workshop, right side storage, mower, tractor etc..

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Old 12-03-2013, 08:32 PM   #81
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Hmmmm. Nice garage, but whats under the car covers?

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I'm curious what the metal buildings with heated concrete floors, insulated, wired etc. cost/sq ft approximately? I realize area of country and that type of variable but I am in early thinking stage of building one in the next few years.

Some of these garages are really nice, I have really enjoyed seeing all of the variety.

I currently rent (since 2001) in an underground cave that is humidity controlled and when I retire I hope not to be in this area with the cave available. Thanks for any input you may be able to offer.
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