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05-26-2010, 08:31 PM #21
Thanks guys. That's all I wanted...clean, simple inside, and bright. There is a fully furnished 2,800 sq. ft. guest house above the garage as well. The garage was built first (of course!) and that's where we lived while the house was being built. If it weren't for the wife, that's where I'd still be living!
Maintenance on the concrete is nothing. I've done tons of donuts, etc. and the marks simply go away after a little bit of rain. It's also a great place for RC car races!
Can't remember the actual name/brand on the floor coating. It is an industrial coating. I had them do the garage and my shop at the same time. The coating is doing great at the shop and we use it (have a few lifts, work on vehicles, drive forklifts on it, etc, so it gets used).
I wanted a place for my 2 boys (7 and 3) to be able to not feel confined. We have 10 acres w/ 2 ponds on it in a nice subdivision. Everyone has their space here. 90 acre subdivision total w/ only 12 homes in it....and it's fully developed! They can fish, ride their 4wheelers, run around naked for all I care (this IS Tennessee!).
Thanks again for all the compliments, they are appreciated.
P.S. Not here to plug my business, but since you asked...I started it when we lived in a small, humble 1,200 sq. ft home (same house we bought right after getting married). Started the business in a 2 car garage behind my house. Patented some suspension components I had designed and it blew up from there. 6.5yrs later, here I am. Have a beautiful home, big garage full of toys, and love what I do for a living. Have 2 large commercial buildings. We manufacture, have over 1,000 distributors across the U.S. and Canada, and have become one of the largest distributors of lifted truck products in the country. It's been a crazy 6.5yrs building the business. I haven't had anything given to me, so I can appreciate anyone who works hard to get to where they are. I'm happy to be able to provide a good living for my family and have fun in the process. Been asked by a magazine (Heavy Hitters) to do a full story, so you might be able to read more about it soon. Here's that link....
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05-26-2010, 08:35 PM #22
Welcome to the 4. The one thing that stands out literally is that Expedition, damn that's nice. Nice cars in there too!!Current
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05-26-2010, 08:37 PM #23
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kyle you are the man!!! enjoy it brother!!!!! you also have a bad ass tie to go with that mean lambo you got there! ; )
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05-26-2010, 09:32 PM #25
thanks for all the info man and all I can say is congrats! Probably one of the most epic garages I've ever seen. Are you able to look down into the garage from the guest house portion?
05-26-2010, 10:07 PM #26
thanks for sharing. clean and simple is the way to go. love it!!!
05-26-2010, 10:22 PM #27
Very nice Kyle.
How many sf is the garage floorspace? (notwithstanding the 2800sf guest apartment upstairs)
05-26-2010, 10:26 PM #28
Amazing garage thanks for sharing dude!
05-26-2010, 10:31 PM #29
Excellent taste!! (You can never have too many blue/white vipers! BEST color combo ever for those cars- not to mention the blue Viper with white stripes being the ICON of my childhood LOL)
Congratulations on the success Kyle!
05-26-2010, 10:53 PM #30
Man!!! I'm in love! My wife and I are looking at a property similar (only 4 acres). If we get it she says I can have my dream garage! Let us pray! LOL
Congrats on the business and the pending HH article. Your hard work paid off. That's why I love FREE ENTERPRISE!