Even the plumbing is not that hard to deal with. Cold water goes on
the right and shit don't flow up hill. The only thing you really have
to think about is venting but my gray water from the garage goes out
on the banana trees so there is no methane to worry about. I did do 2
bathrooms and a kitchen in 3 remodels. The garage I built in Md was 2
On Friday, April 12, 2019 at 9:33:41 AM UTC-4, Davej wrote:
My husband and I built a garage in 2006. We hired the concrete and
roofing. A buddy came over and helped raise the roof trusses.
It was a lot of work, but nothing was very complicated.
A lot could go wrong, but my husband's a mechanical genius, so
I designed and built my entire quite fancy quite large passive solar house.
I did it with concrete blocks, not timber framed and its got a flat metal
decking roof and uses galvanised sheet metal inverted J beams with
variable height timber rafters bolted to the inverted J beams.
Quite a bit of work but very doable by anyone with any real
Nar, very high quality quartz aggregate individual 16x8x8" concrete blocks.
Very hard and very strong, but a bugger to lift up to head height when
them at the end of a very long day and a real bastard to drill before SDS
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