Extreme Garage Makeover Motorz #58

Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to do an extreme garage makeover using tools and Gladiator GarageWorks products available from the Sears Blue Tool Crew. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motorztv Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/extreme-garage-makeover/ Website: http://www.motorz.tv/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motorztv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motorz/

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Jack's Garage Lift
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40 Awesome Ideas to Organise Your Garage
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Garage Modification 3
For those of you that read video info... I made YouTube Partnership 2 weeks ago. It's taken almost 3 years an over 4000 hours of work, but I made it! Thank you for your support, time, comments, ratings and generosity! Thank you for helping me cross the half-million view mark and more than 1500 subscribers! The growth my channel has experienced is both flattering and unexpected. I'm just a random guy doing what I [usually] love to do and filming it. I'm grateful to everyone who favorites my videos and also helped your subscribers find me. Those who posted my videos in forums... Just... Thank you! Whether or not what I do helps you build a better car, you're helping me to build a better cars in many different ways, and there's no greater gift you could give to a guy like me. What this video is about? I've run out of space. I like efficiency. I'm saving energy and adding comfort to a room I spend a LOT of time in. The shelves I bought were nearly $100 each, and I figured I could buy enough material to finish an attic in my garage for less than half of that and end up with far more storage. That's what this is. I got a little sidetracked from just finishing the walls, I'll admit, but I'm really happy with the results! I vinyl-wrapped the attic insulation for an additional vapor barrier, to keep the attic insulation up (because it was starting to sag), and for added R-value. It made a HUGE difference! Especially the added ceiling. Now on an overcast day when it's over 90° F outside, I can get the garage down to 65°-66°F with just a window unit. Almost there. I'm using 19/32" OSB particle board for everything because sheet rock is just too delicate for the kind of mechanic I am. It costs the same but is far more durable than drywall. Yes, I eyeballed lots of stuff and nailed it because that's how I roll. I've knocked out the section in the corner behind the compressor, the corner behind the workbench, the back wall, and installed conduit for future upgrades. Where I'm at with the garage right now allows me to now put a car back inside. I've got one wall and a workbench left to finish, but that's going to wait a bit for now. It's going to be a big job that I need to gather things for, and I need to get some other videos up here first for the faithful. I made and posted this just because I want you to know that progress is being made for the sake of the channel, also to improve the scenery because 1080HD isn't kind, and to show why I've been "gone" for so long. This video spans over 40 hours of work because a lot of it happened off-camera gathering materials and doing math. It took eleven 85 minute HDV tapes, 2.7 TB of disk space total just to make a 817 MB flattened movie. RojoDelChocolate once again comes through with a dynamite audio track for the occasion. The disco ball is courtesy of my previous bachelor pad, and desperately needs to be connected to a garage door opener.





Gladiator Garageworks, An Overview Of Gladiator Garage Storage
http://homefixated.com/gladiator-garageworks-garage-storage/ We talk with Gladiator Garageworks at NHS 2010 to get the latest on garage storage and organization. All to make room for your pricey car.




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