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Old 31-10-2017, 09:33 AM   #121
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Cheers all

Got the stud walling up now and ready for the plasterboard. I'm only putting it on the outside as all the inside will be covered with shelving and racking etc. so you won't see it anyway.

I'll snap a photo later of where I'm at, but I'm on with the gates currently while the weather's fine. There will be plenty of wet days when I can carry on with this indoors.

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Old 31-10-2017, 11:57 AM   #122
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Cheers all

Got the stud walling up now and ready for the plasterboard. I'm only putting it on the outside as all the inside will be covered with shelving and racking etc. so you won't see it anyway.

I'll snap a photo later of where I'm at, but I'm on with the gates currently while the weather's fine. There will be plenty of wet days when I can carry on with this indoors.

I'd be tempted to use plywood, much tougher in case it gets bumped, plus you can hang things on it if needs be...
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Old 31-10-2017, 12:11 PM   #123
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I'd be tempted to use plywood, much tougher in case it gets bumped, plus you can hang things on it if needs be...

I’d 2nd this for plywood over plasterboard
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Old 31-10-2017, 01:20 PM   #124
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Yeah, I kind of wish I had now, or OSB3, but I've bought six 8 x 4' sheets now and I don't want to waste them. I'm a careful sort of chap (especially so in the garage lol!) so I should be okay.
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Old 31-10-2017, 01:41 PM   #125
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Coming along very nicely there min, hope you have know been adopted by the locals?
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Its Looking great
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Coming along very nicely there min, hope you have know been adopted by the locals?
Yeah, they're all really nice. Neighbours are top notch and made a couple of good contacts with tradesmen - sparky and a joiner. Less said about the plumber we've come across thus far though!

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New gates in their component form. Just need to put together and hang them now.


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Old 14-11-2017, 11:11 AM   #128
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Few more photos of how the workshop area is coming along:











Just finishing the painting today and adding corner protection strips and some horizontal timbers at the point where the paint changes from the upper white to the lower grey, from which I'll be fixing some lift-up tables. These will lie flat to the wall most of the time, but if I need extra working space, they can be lifted up.

I've lined the top with black 'Antinox' sheeting, so I've a decent storage area for stuff like any spare sets of wheels and tyres etc. This is then easily accessed by the stairs, rather than messing about on stepladders.

Then I've got to paint all the inside, do my electrics and lighting, construct the new workbench and bring in all my racking and shelving units from the other building. Then, finally, I can start unpacking the bulk of my garage gear which is still in boxes from the move back in late May lol!

And my new gates I've just made (still need to shape the tops into an arch though, but the weather's a bit crap currently for doing anything outside).



As always thanks for looking

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Tidy set of gates there Viper , you getting problem with inquisitive people down there, stay safe, I thought you had been abducted to some frenzied local that does not like northerners.
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Looking good!

...and do those speakers only play '80s music?

...drum & bass Bananarama remixes?

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