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    1026R Home Complete!

    Finally completed shed for all things tractor related and otherwise seasonal! A few pic's to show exercise.

    Roof structure considerably over built to allow full length electric hoist rail and additional storage suspended from same.

    Approx 520 man-hours started May 26, 2012 with moving hill to fit 23 by 16' "L" shaped structure - approx 300 sq/ft. Allows for parking bay on one end and implement/other storage on wide end. Couldn't fit any larger into area so this worked out well in my application.

    Everything done in process to allow one person completion, hence the concrete pours (220 80lb bags) in 4 x 4 grids interconnected with re-bar and wire mesh! All screws and several bottles of Gorilla Glue.

    Maybe will help with ideas for others!
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    Good work. I like the hoist.

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    Super Nice!

    Can i ask how much you spent on materials?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Good work. I like the hoist.

    Don
    The hoist is absolute critical as most of the implements simply cannot be lifted easily....at least by me! 880 lb capacity and more than enough for my purposes -89.00!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrs1959 View Post
    220 80lb bags
    Holy S. That's a lot of bags. Can you elaborate on how you went about your 4x4 squares?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomfive View Post
    Super Nice!

    Can i ask how much you spent on materials?
    Including ALL the materials from stone to hinges.....approx 4500.00! The largest single item was concrete bags at about 800.00. The location would have required a pumper truck back some 150' so lots o manual labor by completing in sections instead.
    LP Panels 624.00 and 4 sq shingles 308.00.
    The rest is lumber, screws, gutters, etc.

    Still need another 10 ton of stone for area surrounding and water drainage areas......

    Too cold now for floor paint so next spring!!!
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    Looks nice, I was wondering why you had so much lumber in the roof but with that hoist it makes sense. Nice shed and easy on the eyes too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    Holy S. That's a lot of bags. Can you elaborate on how you went about your 4x4 squares?
    Interior forms have 1/2" holes for re-bar to extend into adjacent pads.....add mesh, tie everything together, pour, set and slide forms off re-bar. By skipping every second pad during the first runs, the remaining pads automatically make the form-work - leveling lines and the re-bar is already there....just add stone, mesh and pour.

    All in all worked very well....especially working by myself, attempting too big a pour at one time would be problematic.....of which i discovered about half way through when I tried to double up one pour. I became very busy to stay ahead of setup while still mixing and pouring other end, and getting back to cream the top!!!! Bad idea!!

    And some concrete adhesive between pads too!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmersonHart13 View Post
    Looks nice, I was wondering why you had so much lumber in the roof but with that hoist it makes sense. Nice shed and easy on the eyes too!
    I still have to relocate the overhead steel rack I presently have in the garage too. Its truly overbuilt but didn't want any sagging later on. Once completed, there will be a lot of weight suspended from the roof.
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    Thumbs up Great work! Thanks for sharing!

    Compact and very efficient. Nice!
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