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    John it was good speaking with you today cant wait to see what you come up with thanks again mike!

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    Sicko did you get my last email I sent you with all the wording on the measurements?

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    yes. sorry guys I now I started of strong but had to pay a few bills first.

    mbp, just working on a few stair ideas, making sure there is clearance to take big objects upstairs but not waste space.

    up02, from that page that you sent, we have some great news. the line that says "average height" is key because that means, depending on the roof configuration, we can go up to 24-26' at the ridge height. that is a lot easier to work with.

    My new software just got released today too so as soon as that finishes downloading and I get it installed, I'll be back on these.
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    sounds good thank you!!!

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    No worries thank you again for taking your time to help out.

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    yes. sorry guys I now I started of strong but had to pay a few bills first.

    mbp, just working on a few stair ideas, making sure there is clearance to take big objects upstairs but not waste space.

    up02, from that page that you sent, we have some great news. the line that says "average height" is key because that means, depending on the roof configuration, we can go up to 24-26' at the ridge height. that is a lot easier to work with.

    My new software just got released today too so as soon as that finishes downloading and I get it installed, I'll be back on these.

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    lots of "attic" space for storage and easier to run ventilation this way.

    I left the stair very open to give some options of getting big items upstairs.
    1 carry stuff up nice wide stairs
    2 hook up a pulley arm to lift and swing stuff over.
    3 with the optional dormer (dashed) you could have a set of double doors and a removable french balcony rail that would allow stuff to be lifted to the second floor from outside.

    I have one other plan I'm tweaking that would put a kitchenette upstairs.

    the space under the stair would be great for mechanical space i.e. water heater and furnace (if needed)

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    What kind of price per sqft on avg does it run for a garage build?

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