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Old 12-20-2017   #1121
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Looks good, some of the smallest changes can make the biggest differences. Your dog looks unamused haha
Yea its crazy what some paint and swapping out the closet doors/outlets can do. Haha yea he was probably about to get up, he's a huge fan of sitting and staying for long for pictures.

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Nice wood working! Looks great!
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Old 12-20-2017   #1122
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Nice man. Way to work that wood!
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Old 03-02-2018   #1123
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Phase 2 of garage mods have started. So with the help of Jeremy (supra guy who lives only a couple miles from me), we came up with these final plans for a cabinet arrangement on my back wall. So I took down all my old shelving last weekend on that wall, moved my work bench over, so I'm basically ready to start.

We took his van to Home Depot and picked up four sheets of 3/4" particle board for making the cabinet carcases out of and some other misc supplies (~$120 total). Threw em on his table saw and cut out the pieces to make the initial four lower cabinet carcases. I have them in my garage getting acclimated. Hopefully find some time to start assembling them in the next week or so. Pretty excited to finally start on these!

You can kind of see his grey cabinets in one of the pics. Those are basically exactly what mine will look like, copying his design since they seem nice to me.
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Old 03-03-2018   #1124
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Little project we have been working on at work. We were pushed to a different project but cool garage remodel. It now has windows and little finished up. Garage had normal trusses on it and was fully finished off inside with sheetrock. We saved all the sheetrock with minimal damages and added floor joists and the 2nd floor. Garage is 50' wide and 40' deep.
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Old 03-03-2018   #1125
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fuck thats nice. I need that.
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Old 03-04-2018   #1126
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Re: House Projects

Just about done with the first 4 lower carcases.
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Just about done with the first 4 lower carcases.
Are you planning to set them on something off the floor? I would suggest green treat 2x4 on the floor for the toe kicks.
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Yep they will be 4-5" off the ground. Mounted to the wall. So fully open underneath for things like drip pans to slide / store under.
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Re: House Projects

Got the lowers completely assembled with the backer plates on for screwing into the wall.

I want to make sure I document how I built them and all the measurements, so I nerded out a little in Solidworks. I drew a quick overall sketch of the general goal. Then I drew an exact sketch of all the pieces of these lowers. and assembled it in SW.

Next I just need to mount these to the walls and then go buy some more sheets of wood and start on the next pieces.
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My garage is done on the new house! We close tomorrow finally!

These new led shop lights are awesome. I put 8 of them in and 2 shop fans for hot summer days. I thought about A/C but that was taking things a bit far lol. I do have it ready for heat but am waiting until next fall to put that in. I have a floor drain and big tub sink with hot/cold water with threaded faucet so I can put a hose into that and wash the cars in winter. Now, if only I had a fun car to work on here...someday again.






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Old 03-12-2018   #1131
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Thats nice you were able to get a floor drain! I don't think those are allowed everywhere.
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Started mounting them to the wall. Got the first two mounted. The are screwed into the studs, and I also screwed/glued them to each other. Ended up roughly 4.5" off the ground, drip pan slides under nicely.
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That's a nice looking garage you have. Looks like one is double deep? That's awesome. I would like my next place to have a garage like that.
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Thats nice you were able to get a floor drain! I don't think those are allowed everywhere.
Yep, I was pumped. You can do them anywhere, there are just different rules. Some cities you need a sand trap for them, others have to go out back of your house where you daylight them and for mine we were able to go right into city sewer thankfully! I can't wait to use it.

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That's a nice looking garage you have. Looks like one is double deep? That's awesome. I would like my next place to have a garage like that.
Yep, it's a 3 car garage and one stall is double deep so kinda a 4 car garage The double deep one is going to be where my tools and workbench etc all go. A big garage was one of my must haves, I am very happy with it.
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Old 03-27-2018   #1135
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Round 2 of the cabinets has started. Went over to supra dudes house on Sunday and cut up 4 more sheets of wood. This should be enough to do all 4 tall cabinets, and almost enough to do the ones that go on top of those.

Also FIL has a bunch of T5 light fixtures he's going to give me. So I'll be using those for u der the cabinet lighting, as well as some horizontal lighting. Pumped for this to be done!
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Almost done mounting the tall ones to the wall.
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Looks really nice, wish I had the room to do something like this in my garage.
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Old 04-02-2018   #1138
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Closed on our house on March 26th and we've started construction on it before moving in. Plans in the near future are a kitchen remodel, moving a wall back to its original spot and redoing the flooring and trim as well as paint.


Most importantly, my truck fits in the tiny 2 car garage.
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Congrats!! Time for some house projects!!
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