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Old 08-30-2010, 05:43 PM   #1
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My new home for my rig

I installed a new garage for my DP. 16X16X50 feet. Now when I get ready to hit the road it is as clean as when I parked it. Sure does give me comfort to know my investment is protected.
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:08 PM   #2
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Oh yeah!!! Exactly what I want. Very nice!
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Very Nice !!!!! Just what I want. Can you tell us if this is a special kit or did you design it yourself. Great job!!!!
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Great looking but we need details, details and more details. Not trying to be nosey but would you care to share the approx cost in this and any changes you would have made now that it is completed. Sure looks great.
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I put down a recycled asphalt base. A local company here in Leesburg, Ga did the asphalt work. Bradley Buildings out of Atlanta, Ga constructed the building. It is an all metal building. The lap siding looks very much like hardi-plank. You can see all the options on their site. Just search Bradley buildings. Total cost was about $18K
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I would have made it about 10 feet longer if I had the room.
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Any hookups in the garage?
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Looks great!
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not yet, going to do that later this year
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looks great ! thats what i need ! did you do it ? how much was it to put something like that up ?
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I put down a recycled asphalt base. A local company here in Leesburg, Ga did the asphalt work. Bradley Buildings out of Atlanta, Ga constructed the building. It is an all metal building. The lap siding looks very much like hardi-plank. You can see all the options on their site. Just search Bradley buildings. Total cost was about $18K
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Looks Good!

My wife and I want to do something similar. Thanks for the idea.

Did you consider any other options? I need a turnkey option (including the foundation). Local ordinances require concrete foundation so I need to include "stubs" for water, sewer, electric, etc. even if we don't install the services initially.

Any comments would be appreciated. Particularly if you know of contractors in the metro Atlanta area.
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My wife and I want to do something similar. Thanks for the idea.

Did you consider any other options? I need a turnkey option (including the foundation). Local ordinances require concrete foundation so I need to include "stubs" for water, sewer, electric, etc. even if we don't install the services initially.

Any comments would be appreciated. Particularly if you know of contractors in the metro Atlanta area.

Yes, they will do everything. They have every contractor lined up and will supervise the work. Please let them know Tim Emerson sent you. I will get a gift certificate. Bradley Mighty Steel RV Garage, RV Shelter
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Hi Tim, Are you in county or city?

Was building permit or zoning a problem?

Looks great and will make coach last years longer for sure.
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