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Started by Thefirsttee1960, Aug 30, 2020, 05:28 am

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Thefirsttee1960


Thefirsttee1960

I felt a concrete floor would be better, less chance of blowing over!

Jam Jar Lurker

On a related note, does anyone else have difficulty keeping their floor clean? Mine is wooden and was beautiful when newly painted, but there has been such rain over the summer I'm constantly leaving dirty footprints on it.

Francis
"Have courage, and be kind... Where there is kindness, there is goodness. And where there is goodness, there is magic."

russellsuthern

My floor is FILTHY...

But it is just a shed...


Russ

Volpone

This build is going to be a tank.  Reminds me of another build here...the pumphouse someone built?  I forget.  I think you could have crashed a plane into it and it wouldn't have been hurt.  When I was planning my build I too was worried about it being too light (although I was more worried about hooligans coming into my yard and stealing it).  But once I started building it I realized just how heavy it was going to be. 

And floor?  The whole inside of my TARDIS is just appalling.  The floor might be the least nasty part of it.  Huge chunks of wood have rotted away and been replaced/reinforced with cement board.  There are great Auton gloops of spray foam congealing out of every nook and cranny and from time to time I have to scrape mushrooms off the wood.  The bits that haven't rotted have carpenter ants working on them.  Mine is not a pretty interior like TG's.  But it serves its purpose as a cool-looking storage shed.   
"My dear Litefoot, I've got a lantern and a pair of waders, and possibly the most fearsome piece of hand artillery in all England. What could possibly go wrong?"
-The Doctor.

Thefirsttee1960

I like the "tank" remark!
I might paint it battleship grey.😁

Thefirsttee1960

Four posts primed and ready for midnight blue paint!