Building a new house and shop

Discussion in 'Workshop and Home Improvement' started by 1911, Oct 29, 2016.

  1. Rugy

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    Nice to see that you're at this stage. Must feel very rewarding.
    Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing the build.
     
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    You are documenting this process very well. Thank you.

    Do you have enough cash to start on the interior, or are you going to make us wait a while for that?
     
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    Thank you (and everyone else) for reading along and making positive comments and suggestions.

    LOL, sorry but we probably won't start on the interior right away. The good news is, my business has picked up lately, I'm getting more work than I have in a long time, so as long as that holds out it should allow us to start moving forward again. The next step will be to frame-up the bottom of the window openings, and put in all the doors and windows to enclose it.
     
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    Yeah, those are just the latest GoogleEarth image, taken last October. Looks like all the domes except maybe the last two were poured by then.

    Congratulations on your land on Veal Station. We lived just off Veal Station, on Edward Farris Dr before we bought the current place.
     
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