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      Quote Originally Posted by Captain Ahab View Post
      I wouldn’t call it a shop, but my man cave sits at 67-68 all winter. My nat gas bill is minimal, so why not walk into a nice temp building to work on your stuff? I go in an out often so it would cycle a lot with big temp swings.
      Of course it's 67-68, rubbing your knitting-needles together doesn't generate a lot of heat.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Dad View Post
      I am going floating slab, not sure everyone knows what helix is but it is metal fill additive, about like a box of nails you add to concrete. I am up the hill from Fargo so clay and grave base. I am going 12” gravel under slab. I am going two 10x12 doors on end wall with 12ft ceiling. One lane for boats and other for ice gear. I would go deeper but space didn’t allow.
      i know exactly what it is . If you are leaving the floor bare you will see it in the finish. If epoxy coating the floor you won’t. Redi mix and addictives are what I do for a living

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      Quote Originally Posted by SDMF View Post
      Of course it's 67-68, rubbing your knitting-needles together doesn't generate a lot of heat.
      Worked for replacing a boat transom:-)

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      Floor drains in strategic locations

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      Quote Originally Posted by Duckslayer100 View Post
      Floor heat: Are you running tubing for a boiler, or going electrical? Also, if you have a bar, will you be running water there? Might not be a bad idea to do something like a combi-boiler to run both your floor heat and have hot water at the tap. Also, consider hanging a unit heater to supplement. The floor heat should be enough on most days, but if it's really cold having that heater to take the edge off will help. Plus you can keep it at 50-55 all fall/winter, and crank it when you're planning to use the space. A shop heater heats much more quickly than a floor heating system.
      I have hot water floor heat in a 30x40 and the boiler had the option for a hot water heater that I hooked up to a heat exchanger on the ceiling. separate thermostat and works great to heat from 45 to 65.

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      I pour and finish flatwork for a living... about a year ago a sales rep stopped by our shop and tried to sell us on these helix fibers... we all but laughed him off the property. Even the laborers who handle and tie rebar every day didn’t like the thought of it. (And it woulda made their lives much easier if we would use it). No I have never used it so I don’t have in depth experience with it but I definitely wouldn’t use it in a floating slab with a thickened edge on clay... if I ever had to use them, like a job called for them in a spec, I would make sure to use some sort of vibratory screed in hopes of vibrating them down into the middle/bottom of the slab to make finishing easier.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Deep Forks View Post
      I pour and finish flatwork for a living... about a year ago a sales rep stopped by our shop and tried to sell us on these helix fibers... we all but laughed him off the property. Even the laborers who handle and tie rebar every day didn’t like the thought of it. (And it woulda made their lives much easier if we would use it). No I have never used it so I don’t have in depth experience with it but I definitely wouldn’t use it in a floating slab with a thickened edge on clay... if I ever had to use them, like a job called for them in a spec, I would make sure to use some sort of vibratory screed in hopes of vibrating them down into the middle/bottom of the slab to make finishing easier.

      when they are left on top you will wreck a set of blades on the power trowel I know that for a fact

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      Every man cave needs a bar. If you need some sweet slabs for a bar top, let me know. My brother bought a band saw mill, and we have milled some pretty sweet looking stuff that would make an awesome bar top or table.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Petras View Post
      Every man cave needs a bar. If you need some sweet slabs for a bar top, let me know. My brother bought a band saw mill, and we have milled some pretty sweet looking stuff that would make an awesome bar top or table.
      where is he mill located? thankyou

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      He does it at his house up in bowbells

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      When you get it built then call Garage Logic and speak with Dee or Darin. They can do your concrete floor, install cabinets, and overhead metal storage. They put cabinets and overhead metal storage in our last 2 garages and we wouldn't have anything else or anyone else do it.
      Great people and they have good products and their employees do excellent work!

      He might even sell you his boat! Inside joke.

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      Anyone have TMG industrial garage cabinets? Looking at their 8 piece set. Anyone have any sweet pictures of a bar setup? Taking couple days off of work to hit it hard over the long weekend, and hope to post progress pictures.

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