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#636019 - Sat Nov 07 2015 01:41 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
garage door installed today, supplies being dropped off and framing of walls and 2nd floor balcony being started soon


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garage door.jpg


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#636031 - Sat Nov 07 2015 03:10 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
Tom R. Offline
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Registered: Wed Feb 06 2013
Loc: No. Cal. & No. Ohio
everything is coming along. I would think you will be very happy with this garage when you finish up. It looks great now.



Tom

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#636038 - Sat Nov 07 2015 04:07 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
Rabbitman Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 09 2010
Loc: Missouri,USA
Looks nice Mark. I would agree to not use the blown or blow-on type insulation. I had that stuff in a building one time and unless you cover every inch it constantly falls off or gets knocked loose. Not only that but the mice love to go condo in that stuff and it really stinks (literally) when they do that in the ceiling or wall adjacent to an area you use a lot. My new shop has one inch hard foam sheeting between the stringers and the metal with r-30 batt insulation in the walls and ceiling before being sheeted with either metal or osb. It's like a cooler, super easy to keep warm or cool and you have finished walls for anything you want to do. You're going to love your new home when it's all done. My wife calls my shop my house as I live out there more than in the house.....GB

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#636158 - Sun Nov 08 2015 07:20 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: Rabbitman]
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Registered: Fri Jul 01 2005
Loc: Raleigh, North Carolina
Originally Posted By Rabbitman
My new shop has one inch hard foam sheeting between the stringers and the metal with r-30 batt insulation in the walls and ceiling before being sheeted with either metal or osb. It's like a cooler, super easy to keep warm or cool and you have finished walls for anything you want to do.


...have you had any issues with condensation?
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#636162 - Sun Nov 08 2015 07:28 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
I've had none yet, its very dry inside now that the garage door is on, can smell the fresh kilm dry wood when you walk in, just got conformation today that inside framing and 2nd floor balcony will be started in the middle or end of next week
very excited a few more steps closer.
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#636172 - Sun Nov 08 2015 08:32 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
Rabbitman Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 09 2010
Loc: Missouri,USA
Mark, if you were asking me about condensation, no, I have never had that problem but I keep it heated and cooled pretty much year round...... GB

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#636374 - Tue Nov 10 2015 11:36 AM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
1st load of lumber here today for framing of walls will post progess later today or this week


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2 x 4 for walls.jpg


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#636391 - Tue Nov 10 2015 05:12 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
2 Gallon Luke Offline
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Registered: Sat May 24 2014
Loc: New York
Glad you have not had water issues Mark. For almost 1 year after my concrete floor was poured, the inside of my building condensed from the water evaporating from the drying floor.


Edited by 2 Gallon Luke (Tue Nov 10 2015 05:12 PM)
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#636510 - Wed Nov 11 2015 05:37 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
walls for insulation and electrical almost done, have to frame ceiling next


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walls framed.jpg


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#636511 - Wed Nov 11 2015 05:43 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
Steven C. Online   content
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Registered: Fri Jun 01 2012
Loc: MICHIGAN
Wow, going to be an awesome space!!
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#636757 - Fri Nov 13 2015 04:33 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
more framing of the walls on the high ends
2nd floor balcony is next.
marky


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end walls framed.jpg


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#636789 - Fri Nov 13 2015 07:56 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
Oldgas Offline
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Registered: Tue Jul 25 2000
Loc: South of St. Louis, MO USA
Marky,
I like the carriage door look of your garage door. On my doors, I put a pin stripe vertically in the center of the door using 1/4" black 3M automotive pin stripe tape. Cut and press down at each section edge. When you stand back, the door will look even more like swing-out carriage doors.

Love how things are shaping up.
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#636841 - Sat Nov 14 2015 08:11 AM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
I might paint the squares on the garage door red to match the garage
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#640053 - Wed Dec 09 2015 07:52 PM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
marky Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Nov 10 2012
Loc: methuen,mass 01844
ceilings framed,lumber for the 2nd floor balcony, and one side of balcony started,
balcony,stairs and railings will be finished this week.
marky


Attachments
roof framed.jpg

more lumber.jpg

start 2nd floor balcony.jpg


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#640107 - Thu Dec 10 2015 08:23 AM Re: the start of my new garage [Re: marky]
K W FRITH Offline
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Registered: Sun Oct 21 2007
Loc: Devils Lake, ND---USA
Wow! This keeps shaping up to be an awful nice place! Way to go Marky!
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