Finally Getting a Garage!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by edland38611, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. edland38611

    edland38611 Veteran Member

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    Im ready to buy a few!!!!!Did you notice the vice grips holdin the door in the up position-ha ha!
     
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  2. FatnLow

    FatnLow Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Turned out nice. Enjoy it.
     
  3. edland38611

    edland38611 Veteran Member

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    Thanks FatnLow! Going from working out in the open with no garage to this to work in and store the Camaro is a step up even though it is small to some folks!
     
  4. 496z28

    496z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    All you need now is a window a/c unit to cool it down some.

    Nice job!
     
  5. edland38611

    edland38611 Veteran Member

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    you got that right.ive got an extention cord for power. once i get power out there the ac is next. hey ive got a 6k generator out there so i could have ac now! oh and thanks for the compliment!
     
  6. edland38611

    edland38611 Veteran Member

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    OK just a little update. I have all the electrical done which consists of 3 110v outlets on each wall for a total of 9, 3 sets of double 110v outlets overhead total of 12(first and third are on a switch at the entry door for lights and middle is for garage door constant power) so I have 21 outlets which is probably overkill lol!!! I have a motion light inside so if I just run in and out I dont have to turn lights on or off. I have put up osb on the entire wall that the entry door is on. Still need to put up the torsion spring and the garage door motor. Almost forgot I ran a 220v circuit for the 24000 BTU Carrier window A/C unit I have in a shed for this summer. As far as heat right now I have a dual head tank top propane heater. I'd like to put in a mr heater big maxx for next winter. I dont know what to put up to cover the ceiling because it will need to be light so I was thinking some type of lightweight sheeting maybe vinyl or sheetmetal. I'll update again soon since money dictates the speed of things getting done which there hasnt been much extra cash lately. I'll post pics soon but its not really much to look at. Thanks for looking!!!
     
  7. nicks78camaro

    nicks78camaro Veteran Member

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    is the bed of that truck tweaked or is it just me?
     
  8. edland38611

    edland38611 Veteran Member

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    the front driver tire was flat making it look that way lol
     
  9. nicks78camaro

    nicks78camaro Veteran Member

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    oh lol. Btw nice garage! i wish mine was that big lol
     
  10. edland38611

    edland38611 Veteran Member

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    Its only 19 wide because I built it on the existing driveway. Its 24 deep but as soon as finances allow Im gonna take it to 40 cause its never gonna be big enough. im glad I left some driveway behind it!!!:bowtie:
     

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