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    2014 building project

    I signed a contract on a new pole barn yesterday and after wise counsel decided to start a thread. The contract is for a 24' x 100' pole barn. It will have a 24' x 60' finished space with concrete floor and a 24' x 40' open carport space with a gravel base.

    Exterior Plans:
    4 - 10'x8' garage doors
    1 - 9 lite entry door on the gable end
    1 - 36"x48" window on the gable end
    Metal roof and siding
    24" overhang in front
    12" overhang on sides and back
    6-mil vapor barrier
    Double bubble insulation on under side of roof
    3 - exterior flood lights
    1 - motion sensor flood light for carport
    Interior Plans:
    (Finishing will take place as my wallet recovers)
    1 - ReelCraft 5450 OLP Hose Reel Item # 5450 OLP, Low Pressure Air / Water Hose Reel On Reelcraft Industries, Inc.
    1 - ReelCraft L 4035 162 2 Light Reel Item # L 4035 162 2, Heavy Duty Light Cord Reel On Reelcraft Industries, Inc.
    1 - ReelCraft L 4035 163 3 Electrical Reel Item # L 4035 163 3, Heavy Duty Power Cord Reel On Reelcraft Industries, Inc.
    8 - 4' Shop lights in the enclosed section
    8 - 4' Shop lights in the carport section
    Drywall or Metal interior walls/ceiling???
    Pallet racking for work benches and overhead storage with a sheet metal top for the work bench surface.
    Compressor will be in the carport section with black mal piping ran inside for air hose hook ups.
    2 - ceiling fans for workshop area
    painted concrete floor?
    Insulation for walls?

    Any and all recommendation are welcomed and appreciated!!
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    Well it's about time somebody on here started a building project this year.
    Any layout drawings yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Well it's about time somebody on here started a building project this year.
    Any layout drawings yet?
    Working on the layout drawings now. I just got confirmation on the size. It will be a 24' x 100' pole barn. 24' x 60' enclosed and 24' x 40' carport.
    *JOHN DEERE 2038R w/ 220R FEL-72" AUTOCONNECT MMM-270B BACKHOE-8"-16" BUCKET-KBOHC-IMATCH QUICK HITCH w/KBOHTH-BALLAST BOX-42" ARTILLIAN FORKS-FRONTIER RC2060-FRONTIER RB2072-LANDPRIDE CA1556-LANDPRIDE FSP 700-LANDPRIDE PD25-12'-24" AUGERS-EA 60" GARDEN BEDDER-EA 72" HD LAND PLANE-NORTHSTAR 55 GAL SPRAYER-TUFF TOP SCR-44-COUNTYLINE CARRYALL
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    If you need more property I have some! Just Sayin!
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    Lord no!! I have enough as is.
    okay so I am having upload issues. I have tried 4 times now to upload a layout and I am getting no where. I find the png file and click on upload and it does zip! Any thoughts?
    Last edited by GREENVA; 06-28-2013 at 01:25 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GREENVA View Post
    Lord no!! I have enough as is.
    Remember this, Your land, property and buildings will seem to grow larger as you get older.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Remember this, Your land, property and buildings will seem to grow larger as you get older.
    Well, at 31, Lord willing I have a ways to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Remember this, Your land, property and buildings will seem to grow larger as you get older.
    Actually my five acres has gotten much smaller since I got my 1026. Now if I ever get old I might see what you are suggesting.

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    Where's your 2 post lift at in the plans?

    IMHO, stay away from painting your concrete floor if you plan on doing any work in there. Mine is painted with an epoxy and I hate it. Scratches way too easy, welding puts puck-marks in it, and it absorbs light if you choose a dumb color like the previous owner to my place did. It is a bit easier on cleanup side, but I wouldn't paint the floor unless it was just a display/storage room.
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    Regarding metal or drywall interior. Depends on what you plan to do but consider plywood.

    Keep in mind depending on your weather conditions the compressor in car port might be great for noise but with the right temp and humidity conditions it might pump as much water as air!


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