Garage work in progress

Discussion in 'Project Photos' started by Mr Rusty, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Mr Rusty

    Mr Rusty Screwfix Select

    back view, all slated now and partially battened ready for cembrit plank. (more vertical cross battens to come and a little xps insulation on the workshop end?
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  2. masterdiy

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    Lovely job Rusty
    Make a good retirement bungalow....;)
     
  3. Mr Rusty

    Mr Rusty Screwfix Select

    No, it's just a garage and man-cave :p
     
  4. Hans_25

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  5. Mr Rusty

    Mr Rusty Screwfix Select

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    a bit of window trim still to fit, but that's just about job done. We had to wait to clad because garage door was delayed and had to get the old garage down and some drainage work

    On to some hard landscaping and a garden room office...
     
  6. masterdiy

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    Looks very nice.
    Almost good enough to live in.
    Just needs a 65" :)
     
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  7. Hans_25

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    Not too shabby at all Rusty, nice job!
     
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  8. Halfaudio

    Halfaudio Active Member

    Amazing garage may I ask you the estimate cost of this type of project I regret throwing out our old roof slates when we replaced our roof they go for decent money even the second hand ones. Would have saved a lot of money on this..
     
  9. Mr Rusty

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    The whole project doing it ourselves - wife and me - cost near enough £10K including everything (except electrics which the sparks is coming to fit soon - all on extensions at the moment)
     
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  10. I-Man

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    Nice work. I wonder if it would be a good addition to the forum where there is a dedicated section where people can post pics of the various projects they've worked on. Always nice to see the finished product after advice is given
     
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  11. Jord86

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    Erm, Project Photos? :confused: Anyway there's a bit of a flaw in your hypothesis, most can't be bothered to acknowledge the advice given anyway, so expecting a photographic summary is optimistcally futile :(
     
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  12. I-Man

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    True, to be fair though I'm just more interested in seeing good work/builds from capable people, rather than seeing everything anyone on the forum's ever done.
     
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  13. Jord86

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    I can show you my first ever door I hung if you'd like, it was a bit tricky but I got there in the end. :rolleyes:

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  14. I-Man

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    That's what I'm talking about! Lol
     
  15. FlyByNight

    FlyByNight Well-Known Member


    Were you flushed with success or did your reputation go down the pan!
     
  16. Jord86

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    The 95 year old visually impaired customer asked for a BOGOF offer, but I was too busy with all the new work for her neighbours gained from that one, best retirement home I ever worked in!
     
  17. koolpc

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    Nice work Rusty. Very professional.
     
  18. I-Man

    I-Man Screwfix Select

    At least you could have painted the cutout white! Cowboy
     

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