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Old 03-10-2017, 09:36 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Talking Building Permit

Well it took a little time on my part. Had to do some lot clearing. Just some brush and junk in the way. Then dealing with set backs and restrictions of property owners association. I missed last months permit submission by 2 days...Add to that dealing with weather and a busy schedule but I got my permit today!!!

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Tomorrow I am going to order my building. I am going with an off site constructed building. After consideration of all factors I thought it would be best to go that route. I could build it from ground up but with my schedule and price savings not being that significant I will go ahead and buy. Then the fun begins, wiring, insulating, sheet rock etc.
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Dale; Instead of sheet rock, you might want to try plywood in areas where you will want to hang stuff and shelving.
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Went this morning and ordered my building. It will be made and delivered with in the next 3-4 weeks. I special ordered it to get exactly what I wanted. Stronger floors and paint color I wanted was not on the lot.


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Dale; Instead of sheet rock, you might want to try plywood in areas where you will want to hang stuff and shelving.
I have considered that. What I am going to do is a section of wall with french cleats. I already have some cabinets and peg board from my current space that I will be moving into this space.

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Around here the price of drywall shot up to very near the same cost as 1/2" OSB. I went with the OSB screwed to the walls and cieling because I can attach anything I want anywhere I want and an accidental bump with a board doesn't punch a hole in it.

While you are at it you have the opportunity to set up a great dust collection system and more light that you think you will ever need. You can save a lot by getting LED fixtures directly through Alibaba. Mine were $17.35 US each plus shipping. A third or more less than buying locally which would have come from the same country anyway.
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Congratulations on the new shop. We have a double garage which is taken up with my workshop and CanAm. My wife would like her car in the garage. I explained if her car were meant to be in the garage it would be called a car shed instead of garage. That's my story and I'm stick'n to it.
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Congratulations on the new shop. We have a double garage which is taken up with my workshop and CanAm. My wife would like her car in the garage. I explained if her car were meant to be in the garage it would be called a car shed instead of garage. That's my story and I'm stick'n to it.
And next week, a local news broadcast will be answering the question of why some poor husband's name was painted over the dog's name on the doghouse ....
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Congratulations on the new shop. We have a double garage which is taken up with my workshop and CanAm. My wife would like her car in the garage. I explained if her car were meant to be in the garage it would be called a car shed instead of garage. That's my story and I'm stick'n to it.
And next week, a local news broadcast will be answering the question of why some poor husband's name was painted over the dog's name on the doghouse ....
Yup. Glad we don't have a dog. However, there is a shed in the back.
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Old 04-12-2017, 09:24 AM   #19 (permalink)
 
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Finally, after over 4 weeks on order I got a call yesterday morning from driver to deliver my building. So here it sits. 12x20 building. Actual dimensions on inside are just under 11' x 19'5". It has 2x6 floor joists 12"on center sitting on 4 4x6 skids the length of the building for a nice strong floor. One 2 x 3 window in the back wall; shingle roof and painted siding in colors to match my house. Built by Old Hickory Buildings LLC.

Will put in ceiling joists Friday along with getting everything ready to start electrical work early next week.

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Are you going to add a concrete pad in front of the doors? Would be nice if it was level wit the floor so you could wheel equipment outside. I guess you would need to worry about water draining away from the building.
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