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Old 11-10-2013, 09:05 AM   #1
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Lets see your coach garage

I'm in the process of looking to build a bus garage. Trying to get some ideas. Let's see your garages. Include sizes.
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Old 11-10-2013, 09:27 AM   #2
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Howdy camper, FYI.

Just be sure to order at least a 14 foot roll up even if you do have basement air!! We'll probably build a pole barn next to the machine shop to keep the sun from cooking the clear coat off our old girl...
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Old 11-10-2013, 10:10 AM   #3
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Garage is 36' by 42'. Wish I had made it larger

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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.
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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.
Nicely done. Very nice indeed.
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30X50' 20X14 door. Matched to house.
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Old 11-10-2013, 05:22 PM   #7
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50x100 had to put a new 13'door in the end for new coach
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That looks so cool! great job.
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Combined with shop on right and tractor storage on left
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18 X 56, 16 foot doors, able to open all slides. Made it a drive through and built to match house.
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Old 11-10-2013, 09:34 PM   #11
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Our garage is 56' x 22' x 15' clear inside. The door is 14' x 14'. It's built to match the house with stucco, concrete tile roof and finished inside with gas heat. It's been done for over about 18 months, but I don't have a picture of it finished
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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.
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This was taken when I was finishing it up, back in Jun 2010:



36'x48' with 14' high doors; 16' clearspan ceiling; 100A/240v electric.
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Food for thought. I have gone the less costly fabric quonset building route. Dimensions are 48' L x 24' W x 18' H. Height at frame cross bars is ~ 16'. Rollup door is 12' W x 14' H. Anchored to gravel pad. No foundation required. Pedestrian doors at front and rear. Guaranteed for 15 years. Located in a protected area on our country yard amongst the trees. Permanent electrical pending although full light during the day. Easy access and all four slide-outs can be opened.
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