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Old 11-29-2015, 10:39 AM   #561
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Today I am very thankful because I have finally parked my moho in it's new garage. It's been a long time coming.
It's a great feeling isn't it.
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Old 11-29-2015, 08:44 PM   #562
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. . . What kind of door operator does it have? Chain or motor?
Yes, thanks Scott. Its a Liftmaster motor jackshaft unit. Very quiet and efficient.
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Old 11-30-2015, 07:45 AM   #563
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That's a neat design Dan. What other uses will it have? Looks like a second floor?
We will park the Beaver in one side and hope to put an apartment in the other side. We have planned a high sidewall to allow easy access to the roof of the RV and we will put a storage mezzanine above the apartment side.
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Old 11-30-2015, 07:52 AM   #564
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Dan, great looking building. Can you provide any additional details? Is the left side for storage, workshop or apartment? Heating/ Flooring? Dimensions? Approximate cost per sq. ft.? We're also located in Indiana and looking to finalize building shortly. Expect delivery of RV in May/June.
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we plan to put an apartment on the left. My son and a neighbor are going to do a lot of the site prep and other work so I won't have a handle on cost until we finish.We are paying approx $40,000 to have the building erected. We will provide concrete work and finish the inside ourselves.It will be a work in progress for a while.The bldg is 40x64 and we should have lots of room for the Beaver and apartment and workshop-----we hope!
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Here's mine. 20x50, 16' walls, insulated, 14x14 overhead door.
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Here's mine, 40 x 50 16' sidewalls, heated & air conditioned. I spoil the big ole girl, but she returns the favor when we use her.
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Just so many great storage facilities
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There have been some really nice buildings posted here.

Something I've thought about if I ever build one, put at least a 12x8' door at the other end. You can run the rails straight up the wall so they won't get in the way of the coach.

What nice about this is that you can open the it while working on the rear of a DP. It's also nice when you have one next to your home and there is no way to go around it to get to the rear of your house.
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After you poured your slab how long did you wait before you drove the coach on it?
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After you poured your slab how long did you wait before you drove the coach on it?
We waited the 7 days like our cement contractor recommended. Just because of how heavy our MH is.
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A day or two shy of 30 days just because that's the way I wanted it.
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We waited the 7 days like our cement contractor recommended. Just because of how heavy our MH is.
7 days for me too.
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I waited roughly a month - until the cement was totally white.
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We waited the 7 days like our cement contractor recommended. Just because of how heavy our MH is.
I wonder why he didn't say wait 28 days, the amount of time it takes the concrete to actually "cure".
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