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Old 04-08-2013, 07:38 PM   #5356
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I almost forgot - the piece de resistance.
That's a VERY cool detail.
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Old 04-08-2013, 08:08 PM   #5357
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I literally live 3 blocks from the brewery so that could be arranged.
Living 3 blocks from there is the only way I could deal with the longer winters you put up with. If you ever come down to southern Michigan I might take you up on the offer. It is to bad they do not distribute by the barrel down here. We can only get a few varieties in the cans.

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Forget that nonsense if your friends complain about what type of FREE BEER you provide then its time to find some new friends . But on the other hand you don't want your friends drinking all of your good beer... hmmm

I have perfect friends. They chip in for the kegs but will not drink the good stuff.
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:23 PM   #5358
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So, from this - to awesome
Looks great .
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:05 AM   #5359
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The old-school ice axe is a nice touch.
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:03 PM   #5360
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Turned out great, very nicely done!
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:15 PM   #5361
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Sow's ear to a silk purse -- nicely done!
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:20 PM   #5362
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The old-school ice axe is a nice touch.
Thanks. It's a souvenir I picked up in Mexico after climbing Popocateptl. Ventanilla Route. Sadly, my climbing days are long past.

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Turned out great, very nicely done!
Thanks for the comments. I thought I'd never get here, and I learned about cost overruns - mainly change orders and upgrades of my own doing. But it was worth it.

On order - an under-counter fridge for the beer and a wall mount A/C unit. That's it. I swear.

Except maybe a lift.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:41 PM   #5363
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:33 PM   #5364
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Getting there (~$300k in):



More progress - the big door opening on the right is 24' x 16':
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Old 04-13-2013, 07:45 AM   #5365
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SWEET SHOP!!! I started putting up those wall panels in my garage but I now see I need to take it up about 10 levels...

So What kind of floor tiles are those?
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:39 AM   #5366
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SWEET SHOP!!! I started putting up those wall panels in my garage but I now see I need to take it up about 10 levels...

So What kind of floor tiles are those?
Thanks. I love my shop.

The floor tiles are RaceDeck from Snaplock Industries. I treated the floor with RadonSeal first. It's a 19' x 19' space, a 5 gallon bucket was $150 delivered and there was enough to coat the floor and some external cement on the pad. The tiles were $1,197, delivered and were a "snap" to install.

garagejournal.com has multiple threads debating the virtues of epoxy vs. ceramic or porcelain tiles vs. plastic tiles.

The slatboard is on two walls. It took 11 panels, 4'x8' 3/4" thick, $500. It's great, I can hang stuff anywhere.
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Old 04-13-2013, 11:12 AM   #5367
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Thanks. I love my shop.

The floor tiles are RaceDeck from Snaplock Industries. I treated the floor with RadonSeal first. It's a 19' x 19' space, a 5 gallon bucket was $150 delivered and there was enough to coat the floor and some external cement on the pad. The tiles were $1,197, delivered and were a "snap" to install.

garagejournal.com has multiple threads debating the virtues of epoxy vs. ceramic or porcelain tiles vs. plastic tiles.

The slatboard is on two walls. It took 11 panels, 4'x8' 3/4" thick, $500. It's great, I can hang stuff anywhere.

I thought that it might be RaceDeck. I really like the yellow line wandering through the floor. I have one wall done in slat board and I was thinking of doing the rest of the walls. After seeing how you did yours I showed the wifey the pictures of your shop and got the approval to do something like that. All I have to do is have a dedicated spot for the kayak and the scooter. Done deal honey!!!

You've inspired me to take my garage to the next level... Thanks!!
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Old 04-13-2013, 12:43 PM   #5368
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Eh? A 24' x 16' DOOR??????

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More progress - the big door opening on the right is 24' x 16':

That is NOT a man castle!










Nope.









That is an entire KINGDOM!!!!!!

I have just spent hours and hours on Garage Journal and I really like many of the ideas.

While I love the big money builds, I appreciate the small, one car size garage threads since that is what I have.

My entire house is only 24' x 24'...

I am looking forward to seeing what you do with the inside
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:02 PM   #5369
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I thought that it might be RaceDeck. I really like the yellow line wandering through the floor. I have one wall done in slat board and I was thinking of doing the rest of the walls. After seeing how you did yours I showed the wifey the pictures of your shop and got the approval to do something like that. All I have to do is have a dedicated spot for the kayak and the scooter. Done deal honey!!!

You've inspired me to take my garage to the next level... Thanks!!
Be careful designing the floor. I planned it assuming it was 20' x 20', but it is really 19'3" x 19'5". It changed the design. The wandering yellow line is actually interlocking rectangles.

I'd be curious to see how you hang your kayak. I've been debating various systems. Looking for simplicity.
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Old 04-14-2013, 04:35 PM   #5370
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Be careful designing the floor. I planned it assuming it was 20' x 20', but it is really 19'3" x 19'5". It changed the design. The wandering yellow line is actually interlocking rectangles.

I'd be curious to see how you hang your kayak. I've been debating various systems. Looking for simplicity.
Too true! My "20X20" is actually the same as yours!

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