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4Instructables24,848Views212 CommentsHinesville, GA
Retired Command Sergeants Major and served in the U.S. Army for 32 years. I am retired retired and just work around the house on projects for the house and holidays. I like to set a good example and inspire my family, friends and neighbors as I did for my Soldiers when I was active duty.

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  • warriorethos2 commented on Honus's instructable Bandsaw Stand From Scrap Lumber3 months ago
    Bandsaw Stand From Scrap Lumber

    Great bandsaw stand, your stand looks sturdy and I life that it is moveable. Your instructions and photos were easy to follow. I will add this project to my todo list for my workshop.

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  • warriorethos2 commented on warriorethos2's instructable Storage shed4 months ago
    Storage shed

    I spent around $10K on everything but this storage building is not like the ones you by off the side of the road. Windows are double pane and open in to clean. Top center window is the same type used on bathrooms for houses. If I would have insulated the building it could be a small cottage but I used ProSlat wall covering on the inside which is made of PVC and works as an insulator. French door and Hardie board siding were the most expensive items on the project. French door was special order to open out and Hardie board was special order to be red. The French door and Hardie board ran about $4K easily even with my military discount. The floor foundation made of 3/4 inch pressure treated plywood and pressure treeated 6x8 and 8x8 were the next most expensive items. The idea came from t...see more »I spent around $10K on everything but this storage building is not like the ones you by off the side of the road. Windows are double pane and open in to clean. Top center window is the same type used on bathrooms for houses. If I would have insulated the building it could be a small cottage but I used ProSlat wall covering on the inside which is made of PVC and works as an insulator. French door and Hardie board siding were the most expensive items on the project. French door was special order to open out and Hardie board was special order to be red. The French door and Hardie board ran about $4K easily even with my military discount. The floor foundation made of 3/4 inch pressure treated plywood and pressure treeated 6x8 and 8x8 were the next most expensive items. The idea came from the Omish Sheds that you can buy online at http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/141647584057?rmvSB=true

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