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Old 2012-07-13, 10:16 AM   #101
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Ha. Thanks. Guess I shouldn't share on whats inside

I like the pegboard idea, I threw some more things on the wall's for storage. I made a hook for my trimmer and shop vac.

Also thinking of idea's for my helmets.

Another idea: Making a vented box for my compressor. It's loud as hell and I rarely move it. Plus I have 50ft Flexzilla hose...so that is not an issue.
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I'm slowly working on my garage. We finished moving into our house a few weeks ago, but we were focusing on the interior. Now that the interior is 90% of the way finished, I'm starting to focus more time on the garage.

My list of things to do is as follows:

Repaint (slowly working on it)
Additional lighting
Epoxy floors
Build a workbench
Build Shelves
Build a 'false wall' to have a gun safe behind and also to hide the hot water heater)
Build a rolling craft bench for my wife, that will be an addition to the workbench
Put some sort of paneling on the back of the garage door
New baseboards, preferrably some sort of plastic/vinyl/rubber, and seal them on the floor.
Get a flammables locker
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Old 2012-07-16, 06:39 AM   #103
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No, you just forgot to take pictures of the two big german shepards that you keep in the garage!

Looks good man!
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Old 2012-07-17, 11:00 AM   #104
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No, you just forgot to take pictures of the two big german shepards that you keep in the garage!

Looks good man!

My thoughts exactly.

Not to mention, I live in another state. LOL. No worries.



I'm waiting a little bit longer for the budget to catch up, but my next garage project is hanging ceiling racks for garage items so I can get everything up off the floor. I hate not being able to pull my Traverse all the way up to the front of my garage, as the garage door barely clears the rear bumper, and then it's also a hassle to open the driver's side door with all the shit stacked up against the wall. It'll be real nice to have all of that out of the way.

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Old 2012-07-23, 07:20 AM   #105
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No, you just forgot to take pictures of the two big german shepards that you keep in the garage!

Looks good man!
My 1/2 Rot, 1/2 Australian Shep looks over the garage

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I am just about done with my garage.

1. sand fake wood drywall
2. mud and tape seams
3. knock down texture and paint walls and ceiling
4. new back door
5. 1x3 trim on walls
6. 4 LED light fixtures that look like cans but fit on 4 inch boxes
7. new openers with LED bulbs
8. 3 Fast tracks
9. Ceiling lift
10. Wall mounted storage cabinets (I still need to adjust the doors)
11. 10 foot butcher block workbench
12. trimed pegboard
13. plastic tile flooring









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Nice work MZ
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Where did you find the cabinets? How Much?
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here is the new garage we just moved into!!

let the games begin.......

NEW GARAGE!! (and the other new toy 65 coupe.)





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Go to a Habitat Restore... They usually have cabinets like that super cheap.
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I got them from a guy who sales them locally his website is www.easystorageproducts.com, they were around $1,300.
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I just completed my garage with the Epoxy flooring. I have an In-wall heater/ac unit that works perfect in the insulated garage. And Four 8ft Florescent lights on their own circuit. I also had an extra 50" Flat screen I threw up on the wall with a full surround sound.

I had the builder put the "empty" 200 amp service panel in the garage, then once we closed on the house I started running all my shit. There are Three separate 20 Amp circuits with 3-4 outlets/lights a piece so I'll HOPEFULLY never trip a breaker
I also have a 26 gallon air compressor in the basement on it's own breaker that I use to turn the compressor on/off with a 50ft retractable hose reel hidden in the workbench door.

To start out:


Before the Service "man" door and A/C Heater unit was installed:


After:


The shitty concrete floor before epoxy coating it:



After the Epoxy Coating:






And here's a shitty shot of the Insulated garage door and 8ft lights:


Forgot to add, I used the James Hardie Cement board siding as trim around the floor of the garage. Extremely durable and looks awesome in my opinion. And the Florescent lights are insanely bright at night! I'll see if I can get a shot of it this evening

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