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Old 05-02-2015, 07:37 AM   #477
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Who did you get your building from? Are you doing it yourself?

Here is the photo stream of when I built mine. Me and 3 friends put up the building in 4 days.
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Thought I posted earlier but guess not.. 40 x 60 with 14 ft high doors. Have poured the floor and apron since this pic, electrical done, still needs insulation and drywall-all in good time.
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As for "sealing" the floors in an RV garage, I too thought about the consequences of that because I've been a fabricator/welder/builder etc. all my life and thought I'd............ I'd recommend it in a heartbeat.


P.S. Below are the pics of the RV garage prior to the application of industrial coating. Then the other two show it after the coating, along with all the junk (due to movin day)that's since been organized and it's now all free and clear to walk around on.



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Scott, I am having difficulty seeing the pictures and will try again from another computer when I can. What sealer did you use? As indicated I agree and cannot wait until I can put in the concrete flooring. I want to be sure it is durable and will withstand the abuse for many years. Thanks for your post. Safe travels!
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The building is made by Ideal Steel, a local contractor I know put it together for me. Just waiting on the door now.

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I do currently have an RV garage but that is not what I am going to post today. Today I am going to post what I hope to build in the next six months. Job relocation is causing me to move further south and as normal for those of us with "Toys", I can't find anything that fits my needs. So, we are looking at new construction.

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This looks like a great layout. Do you have more views? Where did you find it?
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Just a comment on the RV garage. 16' garage is OK but 18' will give you better clearance when the slides are out.
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As for "sealing" the floors in an RV garage, I too thought about the consequences of that because I've been a fabricator/welder/builder etc. all my life and thought I'd............ I'd recommend it in a heartbeat.


P.S. Below are the pics of the RV garage prior to the application of industrial coating. Then the other two show it after the coating, along with all the junk (due to movin day)that's since been organized and it's now all free and clear to walk around on.



Scott, I am having difficulty seeing the pictures and will try again from another computer when I can. What sealer did you use? As indicated I agree and cannot wait until I can put in the concrete flooring. I want to be sure it is durable and will withstand the abuse for many years. Thanks for your post. Safe travels![/QUOTE]

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The coating/sealer you see I believe is a commercial grade from Sherman Williams. I had it professionally done for two reasons. One, I've been doing things for myself for thousands of years and I'm tired of it. It's about time for me to pay someone to do something.

Second, in this scenario, we were purchasing the house which, is located in Lake Havasu City AZ and, we, at the time we made the decision to do the floor coating, were still living in Ramona CA, but were getting ready for closing on both houses in a week to two. So, I wanted that floor coating done on a completely BRAND NEW CONCRETE FLOOR without having any oil stains to remove, no tire marks, no issues, nothing.

And, by doing it this way, I had a pro company do it and, it was done early enough to have it completely cure, prior to us walking all over it and hand trucks, cars, the RV and more, which were on it about two weeks after it was done. So far, it's an outstanding floor coating and I love it. The only issue I've had and, will continue to have is, what I've stated before and that is, if I drop a small nut, bolt, screw etc., ANYTHING small, I CAN'T SEE IT because of the colors I chose for the coating. Oh well, no biggie.
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A friend found the floor plan at the following link:

Horizon III - Lake Weir Preserve

I am now working with a builder to build it in my locale. I have a few minor mods that I want to make but nothing major. Check out that site, there are a lot of great plans there.

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