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Old 08-27-2018, 07:16 AM
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Great group of pics. Congrats on what looks to be a cool house.
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Old 08-27-2018, 09:15 AM
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Since we are finally to the point where its relevant to the site I have decided to go with a Rotary 2 post 10,000lbs. I originally was looking at the BendPak but after talking to a local Rotary dealer who had a used one I decided to go that route. Any reason to stay away from Rotary? Something i've never had before. Can't wait to change my oil.


Rotary lifts are top notch - I'm on my third one! Not ever a single issue. And American Made.... I'm always willing to "pay up" for that.

HOUSE IS STELLAR!! Don't know how I missed the thread!! And sorry --- not sorry -- I got a good belly laugh out of the stuck machinery! I can only imagine the effort all of that took!
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Old 08-27-2018, 05:04 PM
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We broke ground April 23rd. Having never GC a project like this but I have been saying Thanksgiving. The bank only extended a 6 month construction loan. I'm glad I jumped the gun on breaking ground almost a month before closing otherwise I don't think I'd stay in that time frame.

Greg thanks for chiming in on the lift.

Thanks to everybody else for checking it out.
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Old 08-27-2018, 07:21 PM
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You better turn on the afterburners!
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Great looking project!
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Rotary lifts are top notch - I'm on my third one! Not ever a single issue. And American Made.... I'm always willing to "pay up" for that.
I'll back that up - my Rotary is 10 years Old and never a problem!
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Old 04-23-2019, 12:38 AM
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I could/should have been updating but everything went to **** once I was supposed to have cabinets. Cabinets were supposed to be ready the first week of November I didnt get anything until the 3rd week of december. We finally got a temp occupancy the second week of Jan with folding tables for counters in the kitchen and using only a single burner and a pazzaz pizza maker for nearly all meals. That lasted for 2 months until March when I finally got kitchen cabinets. I am done minus landscaping. It turned out well!
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This is exciting!!
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1900sqft of Brazilian cherry hardwood!!!
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Here is a half bath that I did non traditional I think it also turned out well. Probably because of my good help. 40hrs of just gluing lol.
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Excuse the mess but I did use my lift for the first time and its amazing![IMG][/IMG]
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I did my mancave floor with Pennies like you did. I took for ever and I didn't think I could get up.
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Old 04-23-2019, 10:31 AM
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Looks great!!! Glad it’s almost done....

Love the “coin floor” !! Great idea!

Once you have a lift — you’ll never be without one.
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