20 Replies to “How to Build a 30'x40' garage yourself!”

  1. I’ve used felt paper for 40 years. When I started we did not have that fancy stuff

    And correct. Who needs windows in a shop. You need plenty of lights. And epoxy the floor. When you can afford it.

  2. I hope you don't have any issues with the end gable roof over the doors. I would have put in outriggers to support that overhang. A heavy snowload will put a lot of stress on that overhang.

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  4. I grew up in Wichita in my teens and live in Nashville now. I miss the wind sometimes believe it or not. Thing that sucks about TN is heavy clay soil and NOTHING is flat or strait. NOT one road here is straight.

  5. I think I would have deff built soffit for the gable end eve and a facea and the side overhang. It looks good though, certainly serve its purpose. I'm working on being able to start mine this spring. I live in a "city" though so I have to get permits and a variance from 2 people on each side of me but I think I'm gonna go with about the same size if I can, depends on a lot. I have to build differently because of code. Its kinda dumb and a lot of its over kill for where I live but w/e. I need it.

  6. that is a simple roof. I recommend a professional roofer if your roof is complicated. there is much more involved when you have valley's,ridges,skylights, vents,step flashing, drip edge. also didnt see any ice dam protection or starter strips. looks decent as a finished product tho.

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