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Old 01-17-2009, 05:04 PM   #11
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Looks like insulated forms for poured concrete walls.
That's what I was thinking, but was curious .

I am very excited to see what you do with all that space! Talk about endless potential


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Old 01-17-2009, 05:06 PM   #12
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Where are the walls to the cold room getting poured?


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Old 01-18-2009, 12:35 PM   #13
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Forgive my ignorance- WTF is that ARXX material you are using?
Those are insulated concrete forms. I'll try to get some pictures up of the walls being pumped with concrete.

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Where are the walls to the cold room getting poured?
If you look at the top picture there is a door all the way to the left. That is a room made completely out of styrofoam and cement (except for the ceiling). Also I omitted the radiant heat tubing in that room.
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This is close to the point at where I am now.
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Old 01-24-2009, 02:19 PM   #16
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wow you guys don't have nearly as much snow as we do here in N.B. Looks great the R-value on he house must be great.

How old's your Aussie?
I have 2 boys almost 2yrs old
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Nice build. Working in the snow sucks, so much props to your contractor and his crew.
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now thats planning ahead...good luck!
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How long has it taken from breaking ground to this point?
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wow you guys don't have nearly as much snow as we do here in N.B. Looks great the R-value on he house must be great.

How old's your Aussie?
I have 2 boys almost 2yrs old
We have a bit more snow now. The last pics were taken before Christmas. The R value is pretty darn good but the key factor is the building envelope is almost completely sealed to air infiltration and there is no heat loss to thermal bridging.

My Aussie is about 6 now I guess, she is a great dog. I'd like to have another.

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How long has it taken from breaking ground to this point?
We broke ground around mid-August. There is two of us, myself and my friend working on it. Also "my poor ol' grey-haired daddy" helps out from time to time. My friend has had pneumonia for the past 3 weeks and was in pretty rough shape. He is now on the mend so we are just getting going again. No to mention it has been FRICKIN' COLD.


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