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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by AZcacti, Mar 13, 2007.
Why didn't you paint behind the bench? I see PINK
Wondered if anyone would notice that... I'm lazy. Well, not so much lazy as I've got about 40 other projects going on and this one was low on the list. Caught a wild hair and decided to do something about it. You can't see it now with all the stuff on the shelf, and I do eventually plan on putting doors on the workbench.
I love that bench top. My brother in law dug it out of a metal dumpster where he worked and decided he didnt want it. I have a feeling it'll be around a LOT longer than me.
Diggin your paver patio. I've got plans for something like that out back. Might even happen in 10 er 15 years.
I got a mini stainless steel beer fridge (and 2 cases of beer) for the Mancave for Father's Day!
Took possession of a NEW MAN CASTLE!!! Well, more of a storage unit for now, and its only a rental.
A little hard to see cause the old renters just barely finished getting their junk out, but its a LARGE 2 car garage with a nice room off the back and a bit of a covered entrance.
Supposedly its also wired for 220, so I can set up my tig welder here instead of at school.
Hey dorkpunch there is not enough 80's skiing movie quotes on this web site
Best ski movie ever
I want my two dollars.
Digging up a couple-weeks-old picture here because I just want to point out that, even though I haven't made it through the entire thread yet, it's safe to say Wobbleside's man castle is the only one with a bouncer.
Here's mine. Don't have any good shots of the outside, but it's the inside that counts
Needs some serious organizational work, especially in the back workshop area.
Wanna sell that Orange bike in the back corner
Just trying to be helpful with the organization
I'll take the red one front right.
Got some new functioning art... One Briggs and Stratton shelf and another Tecumseh that I put in the other shop.
OK, so a final set of photos for the project, minus ladscaping.
And just so you remember the front:
Next, this weekend, we do some simple landscaping to clean it up, then we are done.
Overall cost, about $5400 materials, $3800 labor, and $2100 rock, sand, and machine rental.
Not bad for about 1350 square feet of coverage, and a retaining wall, plus drains.
Sweet! Tech day should be a little different next year, eh?
More room for the overflow!
I wonder if the same people who built and painted my garage did yours. I have the same peg board and the same nasty pink color. WTF were they thinking?
Working on the floor now.
3 kits from Epoxy-Coat to cover 1344 Sq Ft.
Taupe with the standard chip colors.
The color and chips went on this morning.
from the 16' door
From the man door
I can't tell you how pleased I am with the outcome. The actual coat wasn't bad but the acid wash yesterday was a pain! Clear coat goes on sometime tonight!
Time to craigslist the lawnmower
Great job and great design. Hope to see it person someday...