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V-29 What did you do in the shop site today

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  • #647180

    Beautiful day yesterday out on the jobsite

    Looks like you have a lot of pipeing to get done on that building Kyle .

    Always willing to learn .

    #647206
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    And some gas fitting work that I did this week

    great picture kyle, looks like a pipe maze to me haha. at least you know what the pipes are for 😛

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    #647219
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    Beautiful day yesterday out on the jobsite

    Sure looks like a beautiful day. Also that pipe work looks really nice.

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    #647221
    kswiss
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    edmonton, AB

    Thanks guys here’s another picture from yesterday when we were fitting up our 3 inch steel welded gas line

    #647222

    @overanalyze that’s a pretty simple but effective idea. I might have to use it,



    @kswiss
    wow, great pictures, nice work, very clean and straight,

    Just called in for my hot work permit,
    Will attempt to get the Cesium transfer done today,

    #647226
    kswiss
    Pro
    edmonton, AB

    Thanks Brian, good luck with the transfer today

    #647232

    because we don’t wear shoes in the house.

    Is that common there or strange???

    Not sure how common it is but it is something my wife and I have always done. Keeps the house a lot cleaner when you don’t drag in a bunch of extra dirt. # kids is enough to try and stay ahead of with cleaning. I always ask when I go to others homes to see what they prefer.

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    #647237
    RonW
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    Holladay, Tn

    Damn doobie! I go away for a few months and you go and finally get that shed looking sweet! Nice job buddy!

    I had my 3 kids help me yesterday at the shop. We have 5 people in my house with multiple pairs of shoes for each. They all pile up at the back door because we don’t wear shoes in the house. Finally found an idea the wifey liked. Simple dowels drilled at an angle in some 1x. Need to make a few more…

    Good idea with the dowels. Simple but effective. I like it.

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    #647261
    r-ice
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    Durham region, ON

    Going out to see if I can finish all the exterior related trim and siding on the dormer part of my shed build by the end of today. Pretty well the last awkward difficult part of this build is working on the dormer ends. Gonna be so glad when this is done.

    is it just me or what, from this picture it seems smaller than when I saw it? did you change the footprint of it?

    #647266
    smallerstick
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    North Bay, ON

    because we don’t wear shoes in the house.

    Is that common there or strange???

    Not sure how common it is but it is something my wife and I have always done. Keeps the house a lot cleaner when you don’t drag in a bunch of extra dirt. # kids is enough to try and stay ahead of with cleaning. I always ask when I go to others homes to see what they prefer.

    That’s a habit that we have as well. It does go a long way to keeping the house cleaner for sure and it saves wear on the floor, too.

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    #647270
    Doobie
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    Damn @doobie! I go away for a few months and you go and finally get that shed looking sweet! Nice job buddy!

    Thanks Andrew. I must admit it is really starting to look good despite what the neighbors thought of it initially. Gonna work some more on it today.

    #647299

    because we don’t wear shoes in the house.

    Is that common there or strange???

    Not sure how common it is but it is something my wife and I have always done. Keeps the house a lot cleaner when you don’t drag in a bunch of extra dirt. # kids is enough to try and stay ahead of with cleaning. I always ask when I go to others homes to see what they prefer.

    That’s a habit that we have as well. It does go a long way to keeping the house cleaner for sure and it saves wear on the floor, too.

    We do the same. If you think of all the stuff we walk through in a day, who wants that tracked through the house. A habit we started when my son was starting to crawl.

    #647305
    Doobie
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    Going out to see if I can finish all the exterior related trim and siding on the dormer part of my shed build by the end of today. Pretty well the last awkward difficult part of this build is working on the dormer ends. Gonna be so glad when this is done.

    is it just me or what, from this picture it seems smaller than when I saw it? did you change the footprint of it?

    Nope. Still 10X20 for the main building. There’a 5 foot entrance overhang and porch now. Maybe that’s what’s throwing you off.

    #647322
    cmeyer25
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    Bellingham, WA

    Damn @doobie! I go away for a few months and you go and finally get that shed looking sweet! Nice job buddy!

    Thanks Andrew. I must admit it is really starting to look good despite what the neighbors thought of it initially. Gonna work some more on it today.

    Nice work @doobie, that shed really is looking good. Almost looks like a Tiny House.

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    #647327
    Doobie
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    Damn @doobie! I go away for a few months and you go and finally get that shed looking sweet! Nice job buddy!

    Thanks Andrew. I must admit it is really starting to look good despite what the neighbors thought of it initially. Gonna work some more on it today.

    Nice work @doobie, that shed really is looking good. Almost looks like a Tiny House.

    Thanks Chalie! There’s been a lot of learning curves and problem solves along the way. Today was one of them with figuring out how to deal with covering the top course of lap siding near one of the soffits. Got it figured out and after I pick up more PVC at Lowes in the morning, should be doing that tomorrow afternoon. After that, another stretch of trim and I’m DONE with everything related to the dormer.

    I’m glad it’ll be over soon. Sick of working on it. Was a real physically and mentally challenging part of the build, but I believe it was worth it. Had I not incorporated the dormer on one side I felt that at 14 and half feet high, the structure would have looked too monolithic and would have been an eyesore somewhat. The dormer really helps break it up in that regard.

    #647332

    patched in drop ceiling all day

    #647336

    Cleaned out the front garden to prepare for replacing the skirting. What a mess it is. I “temporarily” put OSB up when I did it….about 14 years ago. Of course, I had to get creative and bring the siding down on the front of the house over top of the skirting, so now I have to peel all the siding (vertical) off, then do the skirting, then put the siding back up again. Called up Rona because I looked online and they had none of the concrete board in stock but there is a bunch in the Zurich store a few miles away. They said they ought to be able to get what I need tomorrow. Only 3 sheets, but a lot of work to change it. Depending on the weather, I may start striping the siding off.

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    #647340

    Making up casing assemblies today. Kreg Foreman, my small version cut table frame, and my 4×4 mft top made everything nice and easy to assemble.

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    #647349
    RonW
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    Holladay, Tn

    Ran around today looking at a couple jobs. Bid both and looks like more work on my knees. As both are flooring jobs. One tile and one laminate.

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    #647359
    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Making up casing assemblies today. Kreg Foreman, my small version cut table frame, and my 4×4 mft top made everything nice and easy to assemble.

    Wow ,, what a nice setup!!! Are those Plinth blocks?

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