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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby Bezirk » Mon Oct 15, 2012 9:00 am

Very nice.
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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby k9sicem » Mon Oct 15, 2012 9:04 am

It is 3/4 of the way full now. I'm starting to finish the inside. I pick up the insulation today. A friend gave me a working pellet furnace so I can heat the shop. I have not made a decision on what to cover the wall with. I know I do not want drywall. I don't think it would hold up well.

Here is what is on the door. It's a shop warming gift from my 19 year old daughter.

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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby Denny Clayton » Mon Oct 15, 2012 9:57 am

k9sicem wrote:It is 3/4 of the way full now. I'm starting to finish the inside. I pick up the insulation today. A friend gave me a working pellet furnace so I can heat the shop. I have not made a decision on what to cover the wall with. I know I do not want drywall. I don't think it would hold up well.

Lookin' good!

OSB works well and you don't have to worry about finished seams like with drywall. It is also more durable. Looks good if left natural but if painted white it reflects LOTS of light.
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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby Former Member » Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:14 am

Denny Clayton wrote:OSB works well and you don't have to worry about finished seams like with drywall. It is also more durable. Looks good if left natural but if painted white it reflects LOTS of light.


Not only that, you can hang a lot of weight on the walls with sheetrock screws. You can put shelves anywhere, without the need for a stud in the right place.

Above your workbench, a sheet of pegboard if you like.
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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby CPIII » Tue Oct 16, 2012 10:18 am

Great looking shop......I built something similar a while back.....already full and i only have one cub. One thing about having a lot a space ....you always find new things to occupy that new space.

I really enjoy the day when it is raining cats and dogs and I am working in my shop.....the rain on the roof and I am nice and dry and have room to do whatever I need to do and stay dry.

Enjoy!!

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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby code54 » Tue Oct 16, 2012 7:45 pm

GWrider1957 - Funny you said that. Built a 30x40 last year thought I had room to spare, this years I added a 10x40 on the back of it!
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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby vern b » Tue Oct 16, 2012 8:28 pm

How about "Pig Board" all around that way you will have lots of room to hang stuff.

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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby Tezell » Wed Oct 17, 2012 10:02 am

Sure wish I had one of those!

Maybe someday. :D
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Re: New Cub Shop

Postby Pabst » Wed Oct 17, 2012 6:54 pm

Very nice "man cave"! :D
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