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Old 04-26-2017, 02:40 PM
NOPANTS68 NOPANTS68 is offline
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Default New shop at my house

My fiance and I moved to Orangevale, Ca back in December to get some more space for the kids to roam and to finally get the cars f out of the garage and into a shop. While it isn't a vast landscape, we're finally out of suburbia and into a small piece of land we can enjoy. It's .6 acres and almost fully landscaped with a dozen citrus trees, grapes, etc. With the little uptick in the economy, architects are booked out months for plans. I wanted around 1000 feet for my shop and ended up finding a company called Barn Pros. that sells a 960 foot shop with good plans through Home Depot. After doing my research, we bought. The whole thing lands here May 1st so it'll be interesting to see how it comes. It's stick frame, comes with a good comp roof, garage doors, 6 windows, and a fiberglass man door. So far, the service has been top notch. Now I'm dealing with the county for my permit, tree fines (yeah, I guess I don't own them according to the county), and the concrete guy. Here's the pics so far.


excavation day- and moving my yard shed.





Our plan is get married in this new shop in September, so the race is on. Neeldess to say, we are extremely excited.
1929 Roadster Pickup
1961 Chevy Parkwood Wagon
1956 Chevy 210

Smithcraft Collision and Restoration
Newcastle , CA
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