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Old 05-17-2018, 10:29 AM   #1
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Gallery buildout...

im in the middle of this fiasco at the moment.. Mrs Nebe and myself are doing it all with the exception of the electrical stuff..

This building was an old Napa auto parts building and before that it was a car dealership. took down a wall, and are drywalling over 1960's knotty pine and also framing in strips, half inch plywood and sheetwrocking over a few cinder block walls... next steps are to paint the walls and ceiling, then instal a floating laminate floor and LED track lighting.
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I'll add some more pics as we progress along... my humble head bows to the guys here who do this for a living. Im sure I am taking way too long, but Id like to think we are doing it right...
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You need to install the lights, sheetrock then electrical in that order.
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Old 05-17-2018, 02:31 PM   #4
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I'll add some more pics as we progress along... my humble head bows to the guys here who do this for a living. Im sure I am taking way too long, but Id like to think we are doing it right...
Looks great my friend
if I wasn't so busy now ,I'd come down and offer advice or help

maybe we can barter for something if you need displays or something

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Old 05-17-2018, 02:51 PM   #5
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Looks good, still in Wakefield?

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I luv helping folks, wish I was down that way (that is if you’d have me... LOL )
Looks good, nothing wrong with getting it right....
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You need to install the lights, sheetrock then electrical in that order.


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Looks great my friend
if I wasn't so busy now ,I'd come down and offer advice or help

maybe we can barter for something if you need displays or something
Thanks Slip.. I will definitely keep that in mind.

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Looks good, nothing wrong with getting it right....
Thanks Guppy.... slowly but surely we are chugging along.
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You need to install the lights, sheetrock then electrical in that order.


Then plumbing

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Nice work......and doing it yourself is the way to go.
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made an exhaust hood over the past 2 days.. this is just to capture hot air form my furnaces and hold It captive so it can be sucked out the wall through an exhaust fan...
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Nice!
Doing your own work can be so satisfying.
What are the panels made of and total length?
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The panels are 20 gauge galvanized steel sheet. It’s 20 feet long and 6 feet wide. It’s also 12.5 feet high which made it a challenge to build. The frame is 1/8” 2x2 angle that is mig welded together. Anchored to back wall’s studs and the front is suspended by chain, with 1 post on the end butted against the wall.
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