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Old 01-11-2014, 12:12 PM
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A roller bed and track would work great in your storage. I can see it sliding out about half way, and being full loaded from the back. When needed, it could be slid out about half way of the front, making each piece of wood easy to reach
Cool idea,
I thought about it when I seen yours. I really like the utility of it all.
I will send you the measurements and you can come install it for me.
While I concentrate on finishing my counters cabinets and stucco. You better hurry though, Super bowl is the deadline.
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Old 01-12-2014, 08:43 AM
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Cool idea,
I thought about it when I seen yours. I really like the utility of it all.
I will send you the measurements and you can come install it for me.
While I concentrate on finishing my counters cabinets and stucco. You better hurry though, Super bowl is the deadline.
Sorry KB,
The Florabama is about as far into Florida as I only occasionly get. And I doubt that I will even have my oven finished by the Super Bowl .
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Old 01-13-2014, 07:03 PM
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Ahh bummer..... I 'll guess I will have to do it myself.............No Super bowl party here........All though I'm still trying for it...........Got a little done on the cabinet bases.
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Old 01-14-2014, 03:26 AM
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Like the progress KB.

Been to many mullet-tosses that I can remember and have forgotten, Gulf!
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Old 01-14-2014, 06:55 AM
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KB, I continue to follow your build. You are a patient man!!

Once my oven got to usable state, I decided to delay the final completion work until the spring.

Very, very nice work!

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KB, I continue to follow your build. You are a patient man!!

Once my oven got to usable state, I decided to delay the final completion work until the spring.

Very, very nice work!

Neil
Thanks Neil,
Patient man I'm not, just stubborn and persistent. I've been at this too long and ready to "Get her done"......Beside If I wait till spring it will be hot again, I love working in cooler weather. I remember not long ago when I plugged the dome, I about passed out from the heat. Its nice not to be drenched in sweat.

Got my cabinets framed out and ready for the concrete board and stucco.
The right side will have a prep sink......Now the I think about I should have recess the plumbing in the wall.................... Oops
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Like the progress KB.
Thanks kkgator,
I keep forgetting to say thanks to all............ This forum and all those posting, has allowed my slow but continued progress, to be successful. Many thanks again.......... I think the pressure treated lumber frame will be ample support for my counters tops. The plan is to cover the top 1/4" Hardee Board mainly to serve as a temporary counter top and keep weather out. I think it may be awhile before I get to the counter pours. I'm wondering what a 2" X 56 X 20" concrete counter would weigh and my support is suffcient?
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I'm starting to sound like a broken record, but.... Don't use Hardieboard for exterior work. You want Durock for that.

Edit : Depending on how long you are waiting...since you are throwing a sheet of durock or something on the framing for a temporary counter, why not grab some cheap 24x24 travertine or granite tile and cover it up quick. In in FLA you can get natural tile that size for less than $4 a sqft.
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I'm wondering what a 2" X 56 X 20" concrete counter would weigh and my support is suffcient?
About 193 lbs give or take.

Support....your cleat in the back of your box should be supported so that the tapcons are not carrying the the whole load. Put a couple uprights in and you're good to go. The rest looks good.

Remember, don't try to adhere the concrete with a strong bond..like with epoxy, construction adhesive, thin set etc....you want it to remain independent and free to move, because that's what different materials do..expan and contract at different rates. Ex grade silicon or Lexel.
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I'm starting to sound like a broken record, but.... Don't use Hardieboard for exterior work. You want Durock for that.

Edit : Depending on how long you are waiting...since you are throwing a sheet of durock or something on the framing for a temporary counter, why not grab some cheap 24x24 travertine or granite tile and cover it up quick. In in FLA you can get natural tile that size for less than $4 a sqft.
I appreciate and value your advice. I already had the hardie board laying around, so cost is nil, verse $4 sqft ....... I was already committed when I learn of it not recommended for outside use. Although it is warranted by James Hardie as such. With that said, you're good to sound off and warn others. Had I heard this before I was committed my choice would have been Durock. My experience with that is it easily crumbles , another reason I choose Hardie. Thanks again.
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About 193 lbs give or take.

Support....your cleat in the back of your box should be supported so that the tapcons are not carrying the the whole load. Put a couple uprights in and you're good to go. The rest looks good.

Remember, don't try to adhere the concrete with a strong bond..like with epoxy, construction adhesive, thin set etc....you want it to remain independent and free to move, because that's what different materials do..expan and contract at different rates. Ex grade silicon or Lexel.
A couple of upright is a great idea........also silicon....will do..... Thanks for the advice....look forward to seeing the marbling technic.....I think something similar will work for my counters.
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