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Old 11-17-2021, 07:24 PM
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How are you going to use this space? I guess you own a lot of cars and toys?
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Looks great. Getting ready to start on a 80x100x16 myself. Any sage advice? Things you would do different?
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There is nothing that I would do different as I had it pretty well planned out before I started. If you are going to paint the red iron do it as soon as soon as the frame is stood up. Also I added an extra girt to my building plans at 4' to have something behind the wall liners to bolt light switches and compressed air outlets too. Have you ordered the building yet?
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There is nothing that I would do different as I had it pretty well planned out before I started. If you are going to paint the red iron do it as soon as soon as the frame is stood up. Also I added an extra girt to my building plans at 4' to have something behind the wall liners to bolt light switches and compressed air outlets too. Have you ordered the building yet?
Ok thanks. No not yet. The increase in steel price does concern me tho.
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you will be looking at 6-7 months for he building to come in then. Ordered mine in December last year and they told me 15-16 weeks at the time. It arrived mid July.
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