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What have you done to your "Bullpen" recently ?

 
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Yup. Gutters, slope, etc are all important.
 
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May as well put it on the truck forum, too

My first video, I just put it on youtube & facebook without so much as even previewing it, much less editing it.... I'm just too annoyed.... may as well put it here, too....

 
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[QUOTE=ctubutis;17231040]Don, yes, we have Romex here.

Really ?? And inside plumbin' too ??
 
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My first video, I just put it on youtube & facebook without so much as even previewing it, much less editing it.... I'm just too annoyed.... may as well put it here, too....

https://youtu.be/PmUJOOZmbAk
Damn shame that contractors can't be trusted
So you are using vinyl coated Greenfield throughout the garage ? it is easier than conduit and having to use a bender but a bit pricey. But it sounds like you got it at a good "price".
 
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Chris - Bummer on the thefts. Have you talked to the company they work for?

Anyway, it is looking good! Well laid out. .
 
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I wish I had a garage my F-150 would fit in!
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I just noticed the distinctive "NEW HAVEN" sign on the garage. Groovy! Did that come off a passenger car?
 
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I wish I had a garage my F-150 would fit in!
My garage will allow my F150 to fit, if only all the crap inside would allow it ! Too many tractors and implements in the way ! Time for an out-building
 
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Time for an out-building
AKA a shed, in common, homeowner-comprehendable terms.
 
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OK, new video update on the garage project, it's really turning out quite comical

 
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I forgot some stuff... specific to you guys here....

 
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My garage will allow my F150 to fit, if only all the crap inside would allow it ! Too many tractors and implements in the way ! Time for an out-building
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AKA a shed, in common, homeowner-comprehendable terms.
And make it 2 times larger than you think you need.


When we bought this house one of the selling points was "my garage" and NO YARD STUFF would go in it so shed it was.
Wife wanted a 12'x12' and I said too small. I wanted a 12'x20' or 20'x20' but talked her into a 12'x16' and guess what - yep too small.


The 60" lawn sweeper is in my garage so not too bad I guess.


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It works only on certain browsers but I guess it does its job... I got that new q-see kit live on the Internet today with 3 cameras in the garage from which I can watch the landscapers....

http://ctubutis.myq-see.com:85
 
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Picked up the heater today, I'm finally getting to the point where I can begin installing the plumbing for it....

 
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That's pretty compact. Does it go on the ceiling?
 
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Yeah, it is designed to mount flush with the drywall... 45K or some such, should be sufficient especially considering that I'll be losing the rafters as storage space.

The thing is allegedly made in USA which is really what attracted me to it, it's made by some manufacturing company in Ohio as I remember it.
 

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