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 12-23-2005, 22:13 Post: 121642
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 New barn completed.

Finished my new 30x56 barn, http://photoshow.comcast.net/watch/zj9Ry6ng






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 12-23-2005, 22:57 Post: 121645
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Congrats! You worked on your barn in the Michigan winter? Couldn't look at the pics since I'm on a slow dial-up.






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 12-24-2005, 12:23 Post: 121660
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 New barn completed.

Sweet Barn! Nice presentation.

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 12-24-2005, 20:12 Post: 121670
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Paul, exellent slide show! What are you going to use the barn(barn...hehe, that looks more like you new hide-out!) for?






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 12-24-2005, 23:35 Post: 121684
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The barn will be used for storage and a new business, I will be building custom choppers starting this spring. Still need to get the electric and get the floor sealed. Concrete went in the first week in Nov so I could not get it sealed before i started to fill it. I currently have my boat, e350 15 passenger van, ford focus and escape. If money would have allowed I would have went bigger, I chose to add steel to finish the ceiling and walls. I gave up 6' in width to keep it on budget. The walls and ceiling are insulated, r40 blown in the ceiling and r19 bats in the walls. The temperature difference is usually 15 degress warmer inside.






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 12-27-2005, 10:02 Post: 121791
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Paul,

What did you use for insulation in the side walls?






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 12-29-2005, 22:05 Post: 121944
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Bill,

I used r19 fiberglass batts in the walls and blown celulose in the ceiling. Once the ground thaws I will be trenching in the power to the pole and running all the electric in the barn. All the electric will be in conduit on the inside of the steel walls and ceiling. If anyone in southern Michigan, northwest Oh io and northern Indiana need someone to put a barn up the two guys that did mine get a great recomendation from me. You can PM if interested.

Paul






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