Ya, was about to say, pretty that Sega up. Wish it had heating though, lol, and ac.
It does. I removed the A/C unit from the wall during construction,
and I have a couple of ceramic heaters in the garage that I can use. I just have to buy some insulation from my local home depot/lowes. The A/C unit will be moved up a floor, as it's original positioning is in the way of my ladder, while the heaters will remain down on the first floor.
Build in some killer shelves upstairs, and turn it into the best workshop ever.
Also, make the entrance to the second floor hidden.
There is leftover wood, so I will be build some shelves, definitely. The upper floor will probably have a bed, a TV, a computer, and some other cool stuff, just so I can have a place to hangout(mainly after getting tired from non-stop hours of N64p making), and store some stuff. The bottom floor will be used for working, primarily. I will be building a horseshoe-esqe shelf that will pretty much take up all the space, so all around me I will have a table to work on, and a swivel chair in the middle.
The entrance to the second floor is pretty much hidden, save for the fact that there will be a ladder build into the wall so I can climb up, unless I opt for steps or something.
Oh god, please frame that properly. The first thing I thought was, "SS is going to die in a windstorm" when I saw this. I'd put a couple more studs (no gay jokes) in the walls, finish out the rafter with horizontal members and rat runs, and double plate the headers if there are any pieces of lumber butted up to each other. Also how sturdy is the lower level? How was it constructed?
Otherwise, I do have to say, it looks pretty sick.
Yeah, I'll be getting some more wood to secure a couple things, but all the walls are those grooved interlocked type plywood stuffs, and the 2x4's are all places at the seams. The rafters are covered now(I'll get pics tomorrow, when there is sun), and there are vents in them.
The lower level is as solid as a rock, it has survived many a hurricane. On the sides there are 2 4x4 swingset frame thingies, IMO they make a good base. Also, should a windstorm come, there is a huge tree like, right next to it, so a couple of those straps that my dad has and it'll be fine. I think those straps can hold upto, like, 2 tons, so that's cool. We don't get really strong winds during hurricane season down here in SC, just a *PLAQUE'D* of rain.