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Old 01-24-2019, 07:04 PM   #31
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Am I seeing like a really huge garage there?
I wouldn't say really huge but its pretty big
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I wouldn't say really huge but its pretty big

Fill in the blanks.........______' x ______'
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Fill in the blanks.........______' x ______'
It's 48' x 56' but...... Her 2 car garage, mudroom and utility room will be in there also.
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It's 48' x 56' but...... Her 2 car garage, mudroom and utility room will be in there also.

Nice. If you come with half of that, you'll be doing well.


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Nice. If you come with half of that, you'll be doing well.


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That is nice, love it.
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This is my car that someone made a Meme from.
Couple more.
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Back to the house. Going to be sub zero temps the next week so I think we relax.
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Y'all have come a long way, you have it in the dry and that is a biggie. Throw a torpedo heater in there and stay warm while you work. I don't see how anyone can stand that cold, I get cold if it gets below 70 degrees. lol As cold as it is there, when you do put heat in there, I bet the house will do some serious popping.
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Be careful heating non insulated buildings. Condensation inside quickly turns to mold.
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Hadn't thought about that. Down this way I never had that problem, it must be because it is so very much colder up your way.
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Hadn't thought about that. Down this way I never had that problem, it must be because it is so very much colder up your way.

I had the heat on with just OSB and ended up buying about 500 bucks worth of mold killer.
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I had the heat on with just OSB and ended up buying about 500 bucks worth of mold killer.
Keeping it dry is a concern for sure.
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I had the heat on with just OSB and ended up buying about 500 bucks worth of mold killer.
Plumber wants to bring a top hat heater out and another guy says "I have a couple torpedo heaters you can use" Im thinking a regular old house furnace with an exhaust would be much better. Our propane provider says they have one we can borrow. Think thats a better option?
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I had the heat on with just OSB and ended up buying about 500 bucks worth of mold killer.
Good grief, that is amazing. Things sure are different in different areas around this world we live in. In a couple of my shops we used the torpedo heaters. One thing you really don't want to do is use that type heater and do "Formica" work, the fumes drawn into the heater will kill you, no joke.
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