Build-To-Last Hi-Rib Steel Hobby Garage w/ Porch (HQ Pictures)

Anybody in need of a work space,- be it for recreational or manufacturing process, would be astounded by this fabulous looking Hobby garage. It is a perfect artist sculpture room or even for just plain storage. A white exterior topped and trimmed in burgundy lends a very posh look to this building. Inside is practical, beams are stable and strong enough to hold some weight, making it easy to store kayaks and bicycles, maybe even extra lumber and the floor is plain concrete, an easy to clean surface. With a comfortable covered porch for tea-time breaks, this building offers the best of both worlds. Adding chairs and a barbeque to the porch will allow for impromptu get together’s with fellow Hobby enthusiasts. The floor space inside this building has more than enough room to set up hobby equipment, such as miniature

Its interior is practically designed. The beams are stable and strong enough to hold some weight, making it easy to store kayaks and bicycles, maybe even extra lumber. The floor is plain concrete, an easy-to-clean surface. With a comfortable covered porch for tea-time breaks, this building offers the best of both worlds. Adding chairs and a barbeque to the porch will allow for impromptu get together’s with fellow Hobby enthusiasts. The floor space inside this building has more than enough rooms to set up hobby equipment, such as miniature wood-working lathe’s, Storage cabinets and a display area. On the other hand this entire space can be used for the repair and service of motor vehicles and tractor; the concrete floors are conducive to oil spills and are easily cleaned. This Hobby garage is an ideal space to store boats, tractors or even cars and still have ample room to work on your various hobbies. For the man who likes to potter around his own space, this would be an ideal investment.

The garage was built using Morton’s Hi-Rib™ Steel. A wonderful innovation by Morton Buildings.

Stats:  42’W x 12’H x 60’L.
Plan: feel free to contact the contractor.

 

 

 

Source: Morton Buildings



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