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  1. I thought I would start this thread & keep updating it as I go, I really like seeing other peoples projects from start to finish. I also thought since this is my first time doing this alone, i would ask questions here when i get stuck. I live in a 4 bedroom 3 bath house w/ a 2.5 car garage. Only 2 of the 4 walls have drywall (ones touching the inside of the house) & it has bothered me for a while now (I spend a lot of time in the garage). This was a weird project from the start b/c my walls are not OSB or plywood, they are rare for my area & style of house ... solid gypsum board. Took me a while to learn this, I have a thread about the walls a while back on here about it, you can also see the original pics of the garage there too -- http://bit.ly/2bqYi57 So far, i have used foam and caulk in places that there were holes in the gypsum, around the 2x4's where there were gaps, around the receptacles, and a variety of other places I tough air could come thru. I then found a good deal on some R-13 rolls at HD that were bonus rolls w/ extra in them. I have used 2 rolls so far for this wall. looks like it will take about 1 more to finish this one... I have some questions which i will post in the 2nd post here after the pictures below...
  2. I've been working on this kitchen island for the girlfriend and documented my progress (video link). I don't have all the measurements of every cut or the size of every bit/screw but thought it would be cool to share on here. It still needs a cabinet for the front. This project took me forever because I don't have a lot of free time to work on this and I live in an apartment complex with a small patio as a workspace. I do like taking on new projects, though, because that gives me an excuse to acquire some more tools! Anyways check out the video if you're bored with nothing else to do. Power Tools used: Milwaukee m18 drill driver - 2601 Milwaukee m18 impact - 2650 Milwaukee m12 drill driver - 2407 (bought this with the hackzall as a combo kit at Home Depot for $100!) Milwaukee m12 Hackzall - 2420 Milwaukee m12 Compact Vacuum - 0850 Milwaukee 5" Random Orbit Sander - 6021 Video Link: https://youtu.be/0Awu1rbmV9c
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