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#1 posted 08-07-2010 04:17 PM
Nice beginning. Is there a footer, or is this on the ground?
-- “Once more unto the breach, dear friends...” Henry V - Act III, Scene I
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#2 posted 08-07-2010 04:54 PM
Good work! Looks like this will be a great space to work and store stuff. What are the two gray rectanges in the back right corner?
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#3 posted 08-07-2010 05:25 PM
You did all that in 1 day?
-- "A man may conduct himself well in both adversity and good fortune, but if you want to test his character, give him power." - Abraham Lincoln
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#4 posted 08-07-2010 08:01 PM
Interesting shed, but I find it tough to believe you got all that done in 1 day, unless you had an army of people helping you…
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#5 posted 08-08-2010 12:50 AM
Thanks the foudation is floating on stone and block,the two rectangler items are circut breakers boxes,one for the heater and one for the lights and outlets.as for the install time we all ate power bars first lol.
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#6 posted 08-08-2010 02:50 AM
That is a very nice shed. Where is Delco, I live in Johnstown, Pa.
-- Dale West Central Pa. Do it all, before last call.
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#7 posted 08-08-2010 11:23 AM
Very nice shed…more like a mini-house! I think I will send you a PM as I will start to build one within the next few days and have lots of questions. Mine is being built on a concrete slab. For now, I do have a couple of questions. Is the young man holding a Porter-Cable framing nailer? If so, how do you like it? I bought one for the build. For the price of sheds at HD and the like, I told my wife I could build one far cheaper BUT I was not going to be driving all those nails with a hammer (wink, wink). Next, I assume you manufactured the doors yourself? If so, how are they made and of what material? Thanks and again, great build.
-- On the eighth day God was back in His woodworking shop! Lenny, East Providence, RI
#8 posted 08-09-2010 02:32 AM
thanks yes the young man (my son) is holding a Pc frammer 2 1/2 full round head. had it about 4 years now no issues with it,i oil it before and after use and it works great sometime ill spray the nails before i load them and never had a problem.the whole project ran about 3500. not realy that bad when you concider the option buying one built from 2×3s and 1xs. at home depot.the doors we did make they are 2×4 framming / T-111 skin and 1/2” cedar for the moulding on the outside.all the hardware bought online and that was a little costly.but good luck and post some pics so we can see. the rest of the pics are on photo bucket if can see them.
#9 posted 08-09-2010 02:48 AM
Thanks for the replies. A Bostitch nailer was recommened to me and would also be a good choice but I read great reviews on the PC. Thanks for the suggestions on oiling it, etc.
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