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    Quote Originally Posted by BacDoc View Post
    Do work! Let me know if you're taking requests. I've been trying to configure my setup for 6 months now without success.
    we'll start with sections first based on the dimensions that you gave me.
    there are a few ways to do it. Some of these are done with pretty shallow roof pitches and if you live in a snow prone area like I do, you'd have to check local regulations for things like that and plan on a metal roof.





    you can imagine these with the cars turned 90 degrees as well since we are working with a fairly square layout.

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    Interesting concepts. I'd look at overall budget before suggesting curved roofs, or metal roofs. That stuff can get expensive quickly.

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    Those are WAY off! I drive an M5 not 6!!!!

    You are spot on with a couple of those and the other "concept" styles are really expanding what my simple mind could come up with. Like I said, if I use one of these I will gladly make it worth your time. Hell I might even put you in business with my contracting company.

    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J08M3 View Post
    Interesting concepts. I'd look at overall budget before suggesting curved roofs, or metal roofs. That stuff can get expensive quickly.
    tell me about it. you should have seen the compound hyperbolic zinc roof we did for a certain chef in Denver!

    This was just an exercise in opening up the mind and getting a visual of what is possible. And it looks like it worked.

    Doc, tell me which one you're liking the best and I'll expand on it a little more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by underpressure02 View Post
    Not to thread jack but I am looking to get a garage built this spring. Few problems I have run into. The garage can only be 40x40 and can not have an upstairs and I have a height limit for the roof. I want atleast 10-12 foot walls so I can put lifts in the garage.

    At first I wanted the garage just a 40x40 structure but now I am thinking of making the side that faces the road at an angle so it appears to not be so large.

    Sicko if I emailed you some pics of the house and location where I want to put the garage do you think you could help me out?

    Let me know


    Thanks
    This will develop further once I see the pictures and get an idea of its relationship to the house, but here are some ideas that keep it under 20' and match the style.




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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    This thread has great momentum. I would definitely recommend having someone involved locally so you are meeting codes and compliances. I'm looking forward to what develops here.

    If I can help with lifts, storage, and any other industrial requirements, feel free to contact me anytime.
    absolutely have it looked over for local compliance!

    james, do you have specs on your lifts and stuff (cad drawings would be great) then I can add them to these drawings (and maybe save some steps later on )

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    nice garage! that the first time I've see Hardy Frames in an application. I like.
    now in keeping with the theme of the thread, show us the plans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikklightning View Post
    Nice build. I like the exposed beams.

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    Will work on getting with you and this info when I'm back in the office.

    Quote Originally Posted by sicko View Post
    absolutely have it looked over for local compliance!

    james, do you have specs on your lifts and stuff (cad drawings would be great) then I can add them to these drawings (and maybe save some steps later on )

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