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Old 05-15-2013, 05:59 AM   #169
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Do you have geothermal for this building?
If you are looking for info about geo, I may be able to answer your questions. I have worked with it quite a bit over the past 10 years.
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:30 PM   #170
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This is the shop where we keep oilfield trucks. In floor heat and tankless water heater and soft water. Shop is 80X80 with 80X40 overhang. Full RV hookups under lean to. Electric, sewer, hot and cold soft water and natural gas for grill. Neve been use yet. Just a safety net for when the DW kicks me out of the house. I can take the MH and live at work if needed.
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Old 05-22-2013, 09:29 PM   #171
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Now that looks like a reasonable size
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Old 05-22-2013, 09:48 PM   #172
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Nice garages! Here's ours, just a tent with a wood floor, couldn't put up something permanent due to lot size and setbacks. It is set up with 50A electrical service and sewer, water spigot is on the house a few feet away:
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X2. It sure beats being out in the cold. By the way , what's that white stuff ? We don't see that in Fl
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Nice garages! Here's ours, just a tent with a wood floor, couldn't put up something permanent due to lot size and setbacks. It is set up with 50A electrical service and sewer, water spigot is on the house a few feet away:
Can you pass along a source for that shelter?
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Here's mine. Note the red line painted on the floor below the MH, that was the backing aid for the old 5er. Will be renewing it now. Once door closed you can't tell if we are home or not.
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Here maybe, can open all slides, wired for 30 amp.
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Can you pass along a source for that shelter?
Sorry for the late reply, iRV2 decided to do maintenance the morning after your post, then Memorial Day camping came along... It's a Shelter Logic ShelterCoat Peak type. At 40' long x 14' wide x 16' high it's big enough to put out our BR slide but not the LR slide. Roll-up door has about 2" clearance above our roof A/C's. We bought it from a local dealer PV Antique and Classic Ford. It's a side business for him, I don't think he has them on his website. He was really great to deal with, gave me color samples so my DW could choose the color, his prices, which included shipping and no tax, were less than the prices quoted on the Shelter Logic website.
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Luv2go, how long have you had your shelter? How does it hold up to the weather?
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Sorry for the late reply, iRV2 decided to do maintenance the morning after your post, then Memorial Day camping came along... It's a Shelter Logic ShelterCoat Peak type. At 40' long x 14' wide x 16' high it's big enough to put out our BR slide but not the LR slide. Roll-up door has about 2" clearance above our roof A/C's. We bought it from a local dealer PV Antique and Classic Ford. It's a side business for him, I don't think he has them on his website. He was really great to deal with, gave me color samples so my DW could choose the color, his prices, which included shipping and no tax, were less than the prices quoted on the Shelter Logic website.
Wonderful. Thanks!
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Luv2go, how long have you had your shelter? How does it hold up to the weather?
Less than a year, we erected it last September. My understanding is the base fabric will last about 10 yr in the New England weather, we upgraded one fabric grade and hope it will last the 15 years we expect to be in this house.

It's not maintenance free, you have to get the snow off in winter. We do that by banging the underside with a broom whenever we get about 6" of the white stuff.
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It's not maintenance free, you have to get the snow off in winter. We do that by banging the underside with a broom whenever we get about 6" of the white stuff.
We had a cover from Costco and I used a broom to push from underneath to help get the snow off but the broom went through the material. I hope yours is a better quality.
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