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Unread 04-05-2013, 02:04 PM   #76
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Yeah man, this is great. Best of luck to you in this venture! I'll definitely stop by next time I'm up that way.
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Unread 04-05-2013, 03:21 PM   #77
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Thats great, best of luck
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Unread 04-06-2013, 11:56 PM   #78
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spent 8 hrs workin in the lovely spring weather -3F but got alot accomplished. Inside got a real good cleaning. Ready to be painted with Kilz. Outside got lot of work as well.... pulled about a 1000 brad nails that were popping out. Screwed all the T1-11 siding that was popping out. Replaced some damage T1-11, installed 2 new floor joists(damaged during the move). Electrician came out looked at everything said I was in pretty good shape just some minor stuff he'll work on for me.

My son cleaning the shelves and wall




It was so cold all the cleaning products so ran 2 big time heaters 175k BTU's(350k BTU total) to get the Shack warm enough then one to keep it warm






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New Floor Joists and T1-11 inplace

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Unread 04-07-2013, 12:39 AM   #79
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Excellent thread! I love to see someone fulfilling a dream. Best of luck to you. How is the shack heated?
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Excellent thread! I love to see someone fulfilling a dream. Best of luck to you. How is the shack heated?
Right now with my Ready heater's (Diesel fired) looking at either propane or electric... leaning to propane.. but at -40f in the winter propane is almost a no go... so still thinking
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Unread 04-07-2013, 01:23 AM   #82
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Right now with my Ready heater's (Diesel fired) looking at either propane or electric... leaning to propane.. but at -40f in the winter propane is almost a no go... so still thinking
Those temperatures are hard for me to imagine. I think it gets cold here in MA and to you 0 is probably a decent winter day! Propane would be tough at those temps. I'm shivering just thinking about it. What kind of an area is the shack located in? Are you downtown, or in an industrial area? I just know that the population is sparse compared to the area I'm in.
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Are you downtown, or in an industrial area? I just know that the population is sparse compared to the area I'm in.
Located at the back gate to the Army base, along side the main road from a suburban area that ties to the only way into town. Also alot of construction companies based close by. Best part only food place for 10-15miles is a Thai shack that's nick named the Thai surprise cause you may order x but end up with Z when you get home lol
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Just solve all your problems and move yourself, your family, and this lovely shack to cleveland. better weather, better sports, and better people
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Located at the back gate to the Army base, along side the main road from a suburban area that ties to the only way into town. Also alot of construction companies based close by. Best part only food place for 10-15miles is a Thai shack that's nick named the Thai surprise cause you may order x but end up with Z when you get home lol
It sounds like you have a great location. Please continue posting updates and pics. I'd enjoy seeing a few pics of the surrounding area too.
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Nice work. I am thinking you could use those two heaters to crank out some extremely hot and fast BBQ once you are up and running
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If you sell BURLESQ North Pole, Alaska t-shirt please put me down for a 2X please
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nice change and a good location.


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Right now with my Ready heater's (Diesel fired) looking at either propane or electric... leaning to propane.. but at -40f in the winter propane is almost a no go... so still thinking
I have seen propane tank heaters for cold weather work.

here is some information to judge heating/energy costs
http://www.inlandpower.com/upload_co...ison-08-IP.pdf
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That looks like it cleaned up pretty nice and some easy structural, that is all good. Sounds like the plan is working.
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This is such a great post!!
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