My dream shop build

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  1. grizzstang

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    It is nice when you can finally close it up to the elements.

    I was thrilled when I finally got all my doors finished on my shop.

    Now it is a shop, everything else is just finishing work.

    A combined R value of 27 in the walls will keep it pretty warm.
     
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    Definitely I'll take pics of them doing it, it's our own guys so they'll be here bright and early in the morning.

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    Spray foam on the ceiling was done today. They asked me if I wanted bats and paper over the top for that clean finished look but I said I dont care what the ceiling looks like as long as it holds heat[​IMG][​IMG]

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    That's exactly how I felt when I saw all the doors on haha I said nowwwww it starting to look like my shop

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    Two guys and 7 hours today, they got all the R8 in and most of the 19 in, started running some of the paper. I also had a little fun and drilled the hole for my motion light outside [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    After some fun in the scissor lift lol this is where the shop was a hour ago. Dont remember if I said this or not but my wife ended up saying she wants to put the R-11 over the foam on the ceiling so that insulation is here, but wont be put in for a while. Prep work for the concrete staining and coating starts tomorrow and cant have lifts in there for that so they will come back out to finish once that's done and ready[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    All finished and buttoned up. They will come back for the ceiling and doors once the floor has cured. Our estimator who comes out to decide how much of what you'll need said 1.5" rmax for the doors which would work for unfinished doors but mine are insulated "finished" doors so it wont work. Even though the doors themselves are "insulated" I still want some rigid over them so they are going to swap out the 1.5" for 1" that way we can fit them flush into each section of the door. Our guys say there is no way to attach the rigid to these doors that will work permanently outside of screwing through them (which I'm not doing) but im going to try some of that metal HVAC tape I think. Anyone got any ideas? Our guys ruled out spray adhesives they said they are sure it wont work, and we tried the venture tape they use already and it doesnt stick. Doors have that textured almost thick grain finish. I know screwing would work but I don't want to screw into these doors[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Dang dude! My HOUSE doesn't have that much insulation! LOL
     
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    Seriously, you will be able to heat that with a candle!
     
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    Are you going to board the walls too?
     
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