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Old 01-23-2014, 07:34 PM   #113
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Sorry, I forgot the pictures.....lol
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Old 01-23-2014, 07:53 PM   #114
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Can you spot the MH garage door? It is the three sided bay on the right. It is hinged on the far right and swing open, left to right, on rollers. All of the homes in this area have awesome MH garages. This was just one of the more unique ones. No, it is not mine.
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Old 01-24-2014, 01:59 PM   #115
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Cool picture Paul. Where is this at? It must be a pain to move all those potted trees everytime you open the door!
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:31 PM   #116
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Hey Craig....Nice pics. Where's my Coach
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Old 01-25-2014, 04:56 PM   #117
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Hey Gary!
She is right in front of me still.....I thought you were coming to wipe her down?
Is there an issue with the steps? They are still out and the switch is not on.
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Jeff, it's at TGO in Titusville, FL. There is one house in that same neighborhood that has two 13 foot doors. Not sure why though. Haven't seen them open.
Yea, I wonder how hard it is to move those potted evergreens, I couldn't tell if there on rollers or not from the street.
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Yea, I wonder how hard it is to move those potted evergreens, I couldn't tell if there on rollers or not from the street.
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After looking at everyone's Rv garages on here, I'm fed up with the storage warehouse I currently park my rig in. Let's see, it's next to the worst projects in the city, is too far from my house, doesn't have 24/7 access, and is an incredibly tight fit. Granted, it's all I could find in the metro area for covered storage, but I want my own garage dang it.

So I spent many nights researching different building types and decided on a pole barn. Going with 30' x 48' x 16'. Should leave plenty of room for more storage, and I want to add some chairs, sofa, fridge, so we can party in the RV Barn if there's no where we can go

I'm building it behind one of my businesses in some unused land. Only thing that can stop me now is Metro Permits & Zoning....

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Just thought of something. Those of you with RV garages: How do you handle the condensation drip from the RV's AC units while running them in the garage? ie: We'll need to "live" in the RV, in the garage, for a few nights occasionally. I would think it's almost a necessity that I have a drain in my concrete pad? Does anyone do anything else? Like divert the water using a hose or something? My rig has no gutters so the water just falls off whatever side is lowest...
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Just thought of something. Those of you with RV garages: How do you handle the condensation drip from the RV's AC units while running them in the garage? ie: We'll need to "live" in the RV, in the garage, for a few nights occasionally. I would think it's almost a necessity that I have a drain in my concrete pad? Does anyone do anything else? Like divert the water using a hose or something? My rig has no gutters so the water just falls off whatever side is lowest...
I am going to guess here like mine, all garages built have floor drains installed when the floor was poured.......
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I was parked on dirt once and the drip was splashing mud on the tires and the MH. I put a pail on each side to catch the water and emptied it once a day.
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After looking at everyone's Rv garages on here, I'm fed up with the storage warehouse I currently park my rig in. Let's see, it's next to the worst projects in the city, is too far from my house, doesn't have 24/7 access, and is an incredibly tight fit. Granted, it's all I could find in the metro area for covered storage, but I want my own garage dang it.

So I spent many nights researching different building types and decided on a pole barn. Going with 30' x 48' x 16'. Should leave plenty of room for more storage, and I want to add some chairs, sofa, fridge, so we can party in the RV Barn if there's no where we can go

I'm building it behind one of my businesses in some unused land. Only thing that can stop me now is Metro Permits & Zoning....

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Just a thought... I made our garage 48 feet deep when we were driving a 40' Beaver... Then we purchased a 45' Newmar Essex... The Essex fits in the garage, but it is "SNUG"... If you can, I would go the full 50' deep! Also, make sure your coach garage door is high enough to accept any future coach purchase... 14' minimum!! (That was a costly mistake on my part...)
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I would also recommend going at least 50 deep and 14' door I had to add a door in the end of my building to accommodate the height and I still could only get a 13' door
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