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- Shed -

 

This is the story of a shipyard.

Tyler’s new shed, 2017

 

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Before.

 

 

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Breaking ground.

 

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Sand box.

 

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Erection ensuing.

 

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Needs some skin.

 

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Roof.

 

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Sides are on. (Kid not included)

 

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Nice pic at sunset with the sides all on. Still needs a bunch of floor work as you can see.

 

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These are coils for in-floor heating, powered by an electric heater.

 

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There is 12 inches of insulated sand covering the coils, this is to act like a big heat sink so you can heat off peak (11pm to 7am) and the heat will dissipate during the day.

 

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Concrete is poured, the walls are insulated. There are 2 interior rooms in the back with both heating and cooling options independent of the main room.

 

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Interior steel is in as well as over head lights are seen. The flat deck over the interior rooms will be extra storage room.

 

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The interior rooms have wood paneling rather than corrugated steel.

 

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Workbench. The middle/island bench is a frame built for an old solid oak wood door. The outer bench is a neighbor’s old kitchen countertop.

 

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Doors are on.

 

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