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yep, i am still working on the garage.

well from time to time, ive been working on the garage, and man that thing never ends, and i STILL have plenty to do, so far all drywall is up, finish sanded to indoor finish, and primed.

now i am gonna texture the ceiling cause i hate sanding above my head., and with 10.5 foot ceiling SCREW sanding it.

so thats what ive gotten done seems like forever so far.

next thing to do is find some FREAKING cabinets, i still havent found something i like and cheap enough.

then i gotta pick some kind of color for the garage other then primed white.

then the floor treatment.



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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-15-2004, 12:13 PM
 
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When you do your floor take some before and after pics...I just got my garage finished...its 28 x 30 and I cant figure out what I want to do with the floor...Im just looking for Ideas
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When you do your floor take some before and after pics...I just got my garage finished...its 28 x 30 and I cant figure out what I want to do with the floor...Im just looking for Ideas

I've been thinking more and more about a racedeck floor.

www.racedeck.com

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I've been thinking more and more about a racedeck floor.

www.racedeck.com
How much are those?

It would beat the hell out of that old piece of carpet I have

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How much are those?

It would beat the hell out of that old piece of carpet I have

I dunno.....I haven't contacted a dealer yet. I was thinking about doing only the section where I work on the bikes and then epoxy coating the rest.

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I've been thinking more and more about a racedeck floor.

www.racedeck.com
That is just perfect...I have always wanted the Black n White checkered pattern... I sent for more info on the setup...But do you have any idea on the pricing? If they want my right nut for 28 x 30...I may have to look for another option...
Thanx crazy
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Have you ever heard of any one using the epoxy kits to do a black n white pattern? I know it would be a bitch...But ya think it would turnout?
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That is just perfect...I have always wanted the Black n White checkered pattern... I sent for more info on the setup...But do you have any idea on the pricing? If they want my right nut for 28 x 30...I may have to look for another option...
Thanx crazy
I searched and found prices around $3.60-$3.75 per square foot just for the racedeck tiles.
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I searched and found prices around $3.60-$3.75 per square foot just for the racedeck tiles.
Thanx Matt

that would come to over $3000...Then my wife would chop off both nuts

I think I better look for a cheaper option
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Heres the stuff I've been wanting to get done. http://www.toughfloors.com/index.html I saw it one one fo the homes in last years cavalcade of homes tour and it was friggin awesome.




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This place has some nice one piece parking pads and the racedeck tiles:
http://www.garagestyle.com/
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you guys found some great flooring! I think Im going to ask the wife to get a part time job
or wait another year till i save my peanuts
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