the whole point of this blog is to help others with all the questions they have about setting up a similar home climbing gym, and ramble about a variety of climbing related subjects.
There is a variety of subjects... most involving rock climbing, written about on this blog. MAKING VOLUMES OR CLIMBING HOLDS, is probably one of the more popular subjects. just check the labels links or search bar to find your fancy.
of course if you want to go back and start from the beggining, please do! to that end, if there are any question let me know ... i encourage you to add comments for others to read or if you want to get me directly you can email me at treadwallproject@hotmail.com
IF THIS IS YOUR FIRST TIME, READ THE MUST READ LIST.... oh!, ...and you have to fight!

Sunday, July 25, 2010

indoor living

here is a video of the inside of my completed shed... i guess ill tell you a little about how it went. i wasnt originally gone do much on the inside. but, then i quickly realized that a couple of spiders had moved in and i really want to be able to use the treadwall in the winter so it became reasonable to insulate the shed. with that decision made then i knew i would need to panel the inside as well. i have done sheet rocking in the past and hated it..... soo, i decide to put up some masonite panel board.... whoops!! yeah apparently the stuff loves to lay any way but flat, and even with a thousand nails in them i still had bowing at the seems and it looked kinda terrible.

well i figured i have gone that far so i might as well try to make the place look decent. which led me to put up a bunch of trim to hide the unsightly seems. it worked out for the most part. if you look close at the film there are a couple spots that still look a little lame.... but as my pop said when he saw it...."it's just a shed!" ....and i think i have taken it far enough already. well, there you have it i have a little more to go on the inside to finish but overall im ready for the arrival of my new treadwall, which will get here in a couple days! look forward to my assembly posts!

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