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Workshop Build #11: Insulation and wall covering

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Blog entry by ~Julie~ posted 03-16-2010 01:47 AM 7540 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 10: The roof Part 11 of Workshop Build series Part 12: Starting to paint, the woodsheds built, soffit and fascia »

At this point, the building was up, it was winter (Nov. 2008) and time to insulate. Batts were placed in the attic walls between the studs at the end walls. Also we placed insulation between the ceiling joists, leaving an airspace at the top.
attic insulated
attic insulation
roof insulation
Over Christmas there was a big wind storm that knocked down some trees. This one was beside the new garage and fell away from it, most likely because some of the roots were cut while clearing the space for the foundation:
tree fallen
Here’s a view of the east side wall of my workshop before it was insulated:
workshop wall
By the spring of 2009 we were back to working in the shop putting OSB on the walls. Here it is on the back wall, the garage side, and you can see through the middle wall to my workshop side:
OSB back wall

The car is in the garage and OSB is being put on the middle dividing wall:
OSB middle wall

This is the front of my workshop, you can see the front door and window and the electrical panel in the corner:
front wall insulated

Excuse the mess, but here’s the stairs at the back of my workshop:
back wall insulated

The area looks so big, and bright that it’s exciting to see everything coming together!
...to be continued…

-- ~Julie~ followyourheartwoodworking.blogspot.ca



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#1 posted 03-16-2010 07:01 AM

I wait on each installment and remind myself that if I ever build another shop I have everything done by a contractor, I couldn’t stand the suspense.

-- RTB. stray animals are just looking for love

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