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  1. #1
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    Thought I would give you a peek at my shop. What do you think?

    Here are some pictures of our Sheet Metal Shop







    And here are some pictures of our store area in the front







    Not much only about 12,000 sq ft total

    [Edited by miracle man on 11-29-2005 at 02:40 PM]

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    Heck man, thats a great shop!! Wheres the plasma cutter? I hope to have a nice place like that someday. I think you need to mess it up a little bit though.
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    The only thing I see I personally wouldn't like is no table behind the shear. Either I'm too tall or too fat, but I hate bending over more than I have to lol.

    Still a nice looking shop! I like the showroom too, ya don't see many of them around here (other than supply houses).

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    Nice shop. My goal is to have a setup like that someday!

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    Looks nice. Too clean and well lit, though. Better do something about that
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    You guys sell that stuff in the store front? to who?



    Air compressors & generators?

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    Originally posted by 2hot2coolme
    You guys sell that stuff in the store front? to who?



    Air compressors & generators?
    I agree, I assumed when he said store there would be furnaces, air conditioners, coils, humidifiers and filters on display. I see none of those and only what looks like parts and misc. Tell us you don't sell those parts to homeowners.

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    Everything in the store is for sale. Plus we do Sheet Metal Fabrication. We do sell to home owners... but only the stuff we can. Igniters, warm air pipe, air filters Etc...

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    Plasma Cutter? What do you think that lawnmower is for!
    There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!

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    Nice looking shop and store front. Who is the hot tub or Jacuzzi for. Maybe I'm seeing it wrong though.
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