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Old 01-18-2004, 09:25 PM
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Hey all.
I lost me links to the steel buildings. Anyone got any handy? Im looking into refinancing to build my garage. Im gonna ask bout repos to. They have great prices that if you ask bout, can get you a bigger garage for a lot less money. Id be happy with anything at least 24X32, but Id like something if I could afford in the 30X40 or bigger.
Im wantin a lift, so 12-14ft ceilings will be needed as well. Thanks for any info. HG

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Old 01-19-2004, 01:20 AM
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Gremmie...I had these listed under my GARAGE folder. Not sure what they are though.Have you thought about stick build or pole barn also. If the foundation was in a stick built can be framed in a day or two. Ansd Chillicothe isn't that far away.

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http://www.buildingsystems.com/topstoryII.htm
http://www.theultimategarage.com/htm..._gallery.html+
http://www.listaintl.com/perspace/psdger.htm
http://www.zianet.com/sllover/page85.html
http://www.bsu.edu/web/jawhitesel/project.html
http://www.globalhouseplans.com/cgi-...t=4&country=us
http://www.justgarageplans.com/index_garage.php

http://www.coolhouseplans.com/houses...ousestyle.html
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Old 01-19-2004, 09:04 AM
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Thanks Kevin.
I like the steel bldngs because they have no trusses and when I get my lift, I can use every inch of ceiling.
May not get a lift right off, but it will get there. 4 post that you can store a ride on and pull another one under it. HG
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Here is a few Gremmie. Also look in the very back of the Auto Weekly mag that comes out every week.

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http://www.usmetalbuildings.com/photos.html
http://www.qualitygarages.com/garages.htm
http://www.heritagebuildings.com/gar...garage&typ=p4p
http://www.miracletruss.com/garage.html
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A few years back I bought and erected a 30w x 40d x 14 tall steel building from Future Steel (arrived on a SteelMaster truck). These are those big steel arch type buildings. Before you buy one of this type make sure you understand ALL of the associated costs. The floors and footings contain a lot of concrete and rebar and I had to bend up ALOT of stirrups to tie my horizontal rebar together. Enitially they wanted extra money for engineered drawings (required for my permit) and also those baseplates that make errection easier and delivery and taxes were extra also. There were anchor bolts every 12" inches and had to be positioned darn near perfect. On buildings over 25'(?) wide there are also concrete encased cross ties across the width of the building on 6'(?) centres. My inspector also "preferred" that I use 30mpa concrete instead of my engineers 20mpa specs at a $250 premium!! If you ever want to insulate, the prices are outrageous. Wiring is a giant PIA. Errection gets harder the higher and wider you go. To make a long story short.......I shoulda built a stick frame. My 2cents.
P.S. Remember that all of these companies prices are VERY negotiable. Always try to get the prices down no matter how good the deal may sound.
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Thanks guys.
Im checkin everything out before I do anything major. I just ordered brochures from about 8 places. Stick garages are hard to afford if yer wanting to go around 12 feet arent they? HG
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Stick built at 12' is no harder than 8'. Just cost a little more.

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You might want to check out some farming mags like Progressive Farmer which should be available at your library. There are a lot of building ads in there, often surplus stuff or close-outs ,and they are used to dealing with folks who need a LOT of financing leeway. Here in Central PA there is a great weekly farming publication called Lancaster Farming with tons of ads and if you have something like this in your area it would be good to check it out,too.
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Thanks guys.
Im gonna weigh out the options before I do anything. HG
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I just built a 30'x40' w/ 12' ceilings in Pole barn construction. With concrete, a 12x11 insulated door , 10x8 insulated door, 36" man door, electrical, 70 yards of stone (to level floor before concrete), I have about $12,000 invested. I did the labor myself w/ 3 buddies. Not hard at all.
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