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03-01-2013 22:06:22

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VERY nice!!!

Might I ask a few questions about it...what size is that and what did it cost you? What part of the country are you in?

Im hoping to put up something in the 40x60ft range within the next year or two in Central IA.


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03-02-2013 11:27:01

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 Re: Toy box in reply to IAtractorKid, 03-01-2013 22:06:22  
The shed is 54 x 70 with 16 foot sidewalls. I was only going to put in the center overhead door but decided that it would make it much easier to get the motor home in and out if it had it's own door. I'm located in Southern MN. 10 miles from Iowa, 100 miles from Wisc. and 200 from South Dakota. The building with all the winter discounts cost me about $12 per sq foot. Those little extras sure add up: eavelites, wainscott, overhangs on sides, overhead doors, electric openers, vented ridge, and IH emblem that was made out of color steel cut to fit. All add to the basic price of the building. charlie

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03-02-2013 20:19:47

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 Re: Toy box in reply to charlieu, 03-02-2013 11:27:01  
Thanks for the reply. Im looking at a 40x60 with a center wall, half concrete and heated. Two overhead doors on the heated end and a set of sliders on the dirt floor side. Plus a nice concrete pad in front of the heated side too. Dont really have any idea but guessing its going to run 40-50k. Hope its not more than that or I may have to rethink things!

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03-02-2013 09:51:29

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 Re: Toy box in reply to IAtractorKid, 03-01-2013 22:06:22  
East central Indiana farm neighbor had a 60x100 built in 2009. He ran the crane, the Amish built it in less than a week. I am pretty sure he said $15 a square foot. Next year he had half the floor concreted with thermal heat underneath. He has around $40,000 in it so far.

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03-02-2013 09:49:30

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 Re: Toy box in reply to IAtractorKid, 03-01-2013 22:06:22  
My guess it"s about 36 x 60.

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03-02-2013 13:18:07

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 Re: Toy box in reply to GP Hansen, 03-02-2013 09:49:30  

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