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Blog series by JKBogle updated 08-21-2011 01:11 PM 5 parts 26163 reads 31 comments total

Part 1: New Workshop Construction - Part 1

06-25-2011 12:17 AM by JKBogle | 10 comments »

This is part one of the construction of my new 16’ x 20’ workshop. This project has been in the planning stage since last fall. The theme of this build is to save money and build wisely. I have had many opportunities over the past 6 months to get some good deals on building materials and am now able to put them to use. The shop will be a combination of wood and metal stud floor joists, structural metal stud wall framing, exterior grade gypsum sheathing, fiber cement siding a...

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Part 2: New Workshop Construction - Part 2

06-25-2011 12:41 AM by JKBogle | 5 comments »

I found these AutoCad files and thought they would give some perspective as to how I see the shop looking when its done. General Floor Plan Front Elevation Left Elevation Right Elevation Rear Elevation Thanks for looking

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Part 3: New Workshop Construction - Part 3

07-03-2011 03:29 AM by JKBogle | 5 comments »

Ive been working hard, but feel like I should have accomplished more. These are pictures from the past week This is a picture of my littlest helper and I. I would be laying on my back under the floor attaching floor joists and she would climb on top of me and bounce up and down playing with her Fisher Price drill. That will be a fond memory Ill always have All floor joists done Two out of four walls roughed in and erected. I decided to erect the walls and then come back l...

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Part 4: It's Hot

07-31-2011 09:27 PM by JKBogle | 6 comments »

It’s been nearly a month since my last update. My progress has been slow, mostly due to the heat. Lets talk about a wood shop. The last time I updated 2 out of 4 walls were framed without openings. Below you will see all walls have been framed, openings trimmed out in wood to make door and window installation easier and half of the sheathing is installed.Here is a view of the north and west side. You can see the siding on the ground that will be the last part of this project. ...

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Part 5: Rafters & Roof Sheathing

08-21-2011 01:11 PM by JKBogle | 5 comments »

Just some update pictures Rafters Installed 7/16” OSB Roof Sheathing. A pneumatic roof nail gun was a life (and back) saver Felt Paper installed and secured. I had about enough of using slap stapler by the time I was done. Maybe I was not doing it right but it sure jammed a lot. Now I can stop worrying about the floor plywood getting wet and start worrying about the felt paper blowing off. The next step is the gable end framing and sheathing. Im not really sure how I wa...

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