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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by stuvecorp, Dec 16, 2009.
looks like Tim the Toolman would approve!
That is awesome. Kinda what i'm planning right now. Maybe not 96' but would if the wife says so. It will be a shop and a barn for her damn horses
very nice!!! how do you heat it?
Hey, hey, hey.. Whats wrong with horses?!
Other than all the freakin work and money?
Stuve, do I spot the mustang?!
Good looking barn!
Thanks guys. The kitchen is actually Ikea cabinets, priced out some regular cabinets from Menards and the Ikea ones were less. It was like Christmas putting them together. My brother is real good with them, we modified some to work in the space. We did the concrete counter tops our self and it was kinda fun, really messy but ground them down in the wash bay. Getting them up was a challenge, my next shop will be on the ground level. I'm getting close, need some wiring and tile finishing and then some railings and it could be good enough for move in. We have in floor heat and then radiant registers for the loft.
ohhh wow you are going to be spoiled with that heat. is it fueled by a wood burner or propane?
Yep, hiding in the corner. That would be the only 'horse' that gets in this building.
We went with LP. So far it hasn't been to bad on heating. Have to start putting the roof insulation in, been slacking.