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- Beemer Brett - Redmond, WA

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SO what did you decide? Can you share any photos of the property?

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Brettd85 wrote:

SO what did you decide? Can you share any photos of the property?


 We move to the property the 2nd.

Need to walk the property line to figure best location. No lack of space!



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- Brad -
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Pole or stick frame? If big enough you could always stick frame inside of a pole building. (for ease of insulating)
Spend as much time studying the heat issue as needed. Older you get the more it matters.
Also on a pole building it sucks having posts in the way.

Be honest with yourself are you going to fill it up? (like Colbalt mentioned)I am now looking at unloading all this crap I have collected for decades.



-- Edited by NONHOG on Tuesday 20th of February 2018 08:47:52 AM

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- Hoss Man -
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Eric you have been to my shop it's 40x68x18 with a 14ft lean to off each side.
I lived on Jim Creek Rd before I bought the place I am at now it's a great area.

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