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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #31 by balarila » Sun Feb 15, 2015 6:15 pm

For now, Doc, no paint booth. Half the space will be occupied by my boat-under-construction. When I finally move the boat out into the driveway, I can then have an assembly table and a spraybooth.

Do gypsum boards come in different thicknesses?

I also plan to have windows at the top portion for light. The plan has changed somewhat already in terms of looks but not much in dimensions. The original plan looks too modern. I'd like to give it a bit of a homey look.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #32 by Violaine » Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:02 am

I have yet to see a gympsum board less than 1/2" thick...

well in that case, we would love to see the boat finished ASAP! LOL
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #33 by joey81 » Mon Feb 16, 2015 7:50 am

Violaine wrote:I have yet to see a gympsum board less than 1/2" thick...


Probably because any thinner and it will be too fragile?
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #34 by bryant77 » Mon Feb 16, 2015 8:55 am

Gypsum board are available in 9mm (3/8") and 12mm (1/2") thickness. Known brand are Boral, Gyproc and Panda. Pwede gypsum boards for interior only. For exterior wall I suggest to used Fiber Cement Board.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #35 by joey81 » Mon Feb 16, 2015 9:22 am

Drywall tips, Ding. Might help you with the planning and costing.

http://www.familyhandyman.com/drywall/i ... m/view-all
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #36 by balarila » Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:51 am

After agonizing and bargaining with SWMBO on the budget, finally went through with this.

Had to hire a contractor as I have very little time to do this myself. The contour of the land was very challenging. SiteDev cost me about 30% of total project cost. Roughings will be done in a week. But all finishing, including my own stuff, perhaps in a month to a decade.

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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #37 by chisel » Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:53 am

Happy to see that its finally coming to life . More Pics Ding as picture as reference parang maliit yata
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #38 by balarila » Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:00 am

Had to skimp, no more budget. Footprint of main workshop is 4m x 8.8m.

But there are overflow areas in the driveway and the open space at the back . Both driveway and open space have concrete slab flooring.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #39 by Joey » Fri Jul 06, 2018 5:50 pm

balarila wrote:After agonizing and bargaining with SWMBO on the budget, finally went through with this.

Had to hire a contractor as I have very little time to do this myself. The contour of the land was very challenging. SiteDev cost me about 30% of total project cost. Roughings will be done in a week. But all finishing, including my own stuff, perhaps in a month to a decade.

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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #40 by balarila » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:49 pm

Now with doors and windows, floor, driveway. Finishing stage.

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