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Old 07-06-2006, 01:34 AM
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firstly sorry all as i havent been on for ages. been busy trying to get stuff sorted.
anyway as some of you know i have been harping on about getting a new shed built for my reps. the shed was put up on friday last week it is 10ft by 12ft (large enough to have a shed load of geckos (excuse the pun)). anyway i have been short on time as i have to get back to wales on thursday so everything must be done by then.

yesterday i put the marine plywood flooring in and went to a timber store to get all the neccesarry wood cut.

today the electrician came round to put 24 plug points in and i started the insulating and stud walls. i have just finished at 1am, stil not done but i dont think the neighbours would approve of me having the hammer and drill out in the middle of the night so have had to call it quits untill 7 am when i can re-start.

so heres a few pics of how far i have got.

tomorrow i have to finish the stud walls by 9am when the electrician is coming back to put the socket faces and light switches in. then while he is doing that i need to run round with a few tubes of sealent and seal any gaps i can find so as crickets dont get into the walls. once the electrician leaves at about 10.30-11.00 i have too clear it out completely so i can lay the vynal flooring. this has to be done by 2 o'clock as sometime around 2 o'clock 50+flat pack and glass vivs arrive and need to be put in position along with all the reptile assorted stuff (thermostats,heaters,uv,cage furnishings) and i have to have all this done by thursday afternoon/evening ready to go back to wales. bummer.

ps just dont ask how much this has all cost
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Old 07-06-2006, 01:39 AM
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Sounds like you're going to be busy! Good luck with setting up the rep shed hope it ends up better than you imagine :wink:
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Its looks reall warm inside there, its more of a reptile house than a shed Looks cosier than my own bedroom :p
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Old 07-06-2006, 01:55 AM
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looking good mate. Will be cool to see that later this year.

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yeh looks pretty cool.
Hows come ur buyin al new vivs?
you moving from wales to england or summit and its inpractical to bring them with?
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:35 AM
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thats really good, will look brill when its all finished.
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That looks amazing Ace and i bet its costing a fortune as well mate.Just a thought but have you considered heating the shed rather than the individual vivs or do you keep a variety that needs different heat requirements?

I would love to see it when its finally finished mate and well done for getting it all done in such a short period of time
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Old 07-06-2006, 05:27 PM
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Looks great mate, can't wait to see some pics with it full of reps.......

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Look great, can't wait to see pics when its finished
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