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Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by clay's70, Dec 31, 2010.
Couldn't agree more......................
Maybe ya need a bigger fridge Clay lol
Nice hang out clay!!!
Mark, if it had a bathroom, my wife would never see me--LOL
Yeah but she would know right where to look for you
Harry Really think she would want to find him!!!?
Hey, Look here now!! Carol says, "If you are in the garage the house stays cleaner and you are not bothering me." LOL
Sweet garage. I love the compressor resto, that sort of thing really speaks to me for some reason.
Anyway, looks nice and tidy, I wonder if I can convince the wife to get a beater washing machine... lol
Thanks!! I'm cheap and poor!! This motivates me in strange ways--LOL
Man, I'm just about to embark on this. The slab was quoted at $6500 by itself. I am about to take the job on myself. ANy tips and tricks would help!! I used to lay concrete basketball courts in Chicago (when I was 16) so hopefully it will all come back to me.
I did everthing myself except the slab. I purchased a garage kit from a local lumber yard, all lumber, siding, roofing, trusses etc. The building permit process here was nuts but the inspectors were easy.
The slab, while it was curing, we put a warehouse grade clear sealer on it.