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Old 06-12-2017, 03:17 PM   #211
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Strange isnt it joe. Il keep an eye on it and maybe from now il spray the hose away from me and the car for the first minute or so to get the sitting water out



Thanks saul! Haha yes its been none stop on the house too got plenty done but its just slow work when your doing it all yourself and makimg everything bespoke
Yeah have a look and let me know. maybe its just with the pressure washer being low down its not letting it all out. Wish I had the skills to make a bracket like yours mines will most likely be a metal bracket holding it
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Old 10-12-2017, 09:58 PM   #212
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Your garage..... garden..... and car are all fantastic!!!

That flooring looks amazing....

So whats next???? lol
Thanks. Bit of a boring update and not really much progress at all, ive been doing a lot on the house and been too busy doing other things to work on the garage, but here is all ive managed to do since the last update

I started on the next unit along, this is going to be my wood storage, cut the parts for the plinth



All built up, seems to fit well





I also added the grey front to match the other unit





Thats as far as ive got with that, meanwhile i started skirting boarding the rest of the wall the match the plinths



And i bought a nice little sink that is going to fit perfectly in the space i need




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Late to the party but just subscribed to this thread incase you decide your garden isn't necessary and add an extension to the garage

The workmanship is incredible in the garage and garden! Hoping that in a few years I'll be able to move to a house where this is possible as I'm currently in a mid-terrace! Always wanted a bespoke garage and this is a fine example of what can be achieved!

Thanks Dunney, means a lot to hear the kind words!

Haha i do plan to build a small shed type structure behind the garage eventually and the next garden project is to build a pizza oven next year, so that may interfere with the rest of the garage progress too!

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Old 10-12-2017, 10:07 PM   #213
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Absolutely incredible work, chum. I love the floor tiles, actually, I love all of it!

Brill, really brill.

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Great garage look so much nicer in brick than block, where is the sink going under the tap by the pressure washer?,where will it drain to?
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Hello where did you get your flooring from? Is there a UK Seller? Great garage well done
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Been following it and just read through it all again, as now in the process of starting on mine. Drawings just done and waiting on builder quotes...
One question.. What Marley roof tiles are they? Looking for something the same or very similar.

This just make me buzzing to get mine done.
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Subscribed for obvious reasons. Cracking dude, just sat on my dinner at work reading it again.

Amazing work.
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Hello where did you get your flooring from? Is there a UK Seller? Great garage well done
Thanks, there is a UK distributor for the racedeck flooring they are called Maverick Components, however the tiles i went for are not a UK stock item so i had them specially ordered from America which is why i had to wait so long for them

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Been following it and just read through it all again, as now in the process of starting on mine. Drawings just done and waiting on builder quotes...
One question.. What Marley roof tiles are they? Looking for something the same or very similar.

This just make me buzzing to get mine done.
Awesome its a great feeling getting to that stage, ive forgotten exactly which tiles it was i went for as i looked at so many but i think it may have been either marley modern flat or marley edgemere


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Subscribed for obvious reasons. Cracking dude, just sat on my dinner at work reading it again.

Amazing work.
cheers man will have to come round for a detailing day
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Thanks , it was the edgemere tile I eventually found after posting here.
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Looks impressive. Exactly how id like my garage on day.
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