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This video will answer how much my lift and garage cost along with their specs and dimensions. I also show a really compact yet powerful battery jumper that I received for Christmas.

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20 thoughts on “Here's How Much My Car Lift & Garage Cost + My Favorite Automotive Christmas Present.

  1. 2005– 30×48 garage approximately $25-$30k built it myself stick built not a pole barn..was supposed to be 30×50 but the cement guy screwed me and only poured a 30×48 slab…lol… I told him that I will be bitching about that 2 feet for the rest of my life and here I am 14 years later complaining about it…lol It would have been cheaper but the price of lumber was doubled because of the hurricanes down south..

  2. Hey quick question. I live in Chicago area as well and am looking to do something similar. What company installed and sold you the lift? Also who built your garage?

  3. I know that this video is over a year old but really enjoyed seeing your garage and also catching up on some of your older videos. My garage is not nearly as nice but it's still my favorite place to hang out. Just wished mine was heated. Looking forward to see what you'll be up to in the future.

  4. Hand built pole barn 100x70ft 14ft walls. Cost was $600 to buy the chainsaw and mill to chop down the trees and shape them up to putnup the posts.
    $1700 in wiring, siding, insulation (mostly because winter wind sucks).

  5. In process of building a 20x30x12 foot workshop. Concrete slab was $2200 and about 4-5 thousand for everything else. I am gonna be in this for about $7000 total.

  6. Very well done video! Like your easy going style and details. Enjoyed it enough to subscribe! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Great video.

    I built a garage in the backyard in Monroe, WA back in 2016. It was 24×36 with 16' walls. I opted for a pole building, but had full 2×6 walls and T1-11 style plywood siding. I didn't want metal walls. I paid 10K for the building supplies and the engineered drawings. It was another 1500 for all the permits (building and electric). I ended up having to pay someone $2000 to stand the posts up for me since the small ones were 6×8" and they all were taller than 20', with five feet underground backfilled with concrete. Took me 2 years to complete. I was working on cars in it as soon as the roof was on. Putting up the 16 foot wide by 14 foot high door was a little bit of a challenge. Just had that door and the man door. No other way in to the yard so another door would have been a waste.

    I made the floor 6" thick everywhere except where the hoist went it was at least 8" there with lots of rebar. The 3000 psi concrete was $3500. I laid it myself with the help of a bunch of friends. But, let me put it this way, you weren't going to slip on the floor if it got wet.

    I had a Bendpack asymmetrical lift for $2500 and installed it myself. The lift worked really nice. Hardest part was standing the posts up. Drilling the holes was pretty easy with a rented rotohammer. I installed some anchor pots in the floor so I could tie down the cars I did frame work on. I now moved and my new house doesn't really have a place for a shop. I am hoping to add on another bay with high walls to my two car garage so I can get another lift.

  8. This has likely been stated but the reason your jumper works is because the battery is NOT DEAD 10.7 volts is almost the lowest it will work. it will not work with an actual dead battery.

  9. I've had the rustoleum epoxy floor on my garage for like 8 years now and it's perfectly perfect still. I think you didn't do something right.

  10. I'm not too far away, any chance you have the companies name that did this for you? 24k is seriously a good price for what they did for you.

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