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Old 03-08-2015, 06:04 PM   #21
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I'd bet the tax assessor see's it once or twice a year.
Around here that is seen as an" improvement" and taxed forthwith.
I can get around that.I already have 2 ag buildings for the horses and mules,if I stack a row of round bales the length of it,2 high on the north side,it will be a perfect windbreak and qualify as an ag building.Ag buildings do not require permits and are not taxible as such,but still fall under the 12' high rule.
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Old 03-08-2015, 06:10 PM   #22
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A brief clarification on my part. Awnings usually fail from rain collection above or wind from underneath. If a person has a 24' wide canopy to accomodate a awning out and no side sheeting unlike the previous pics, it would seem that it could still be susceptible to winds. That was the logic to my post...that and it would seem maybe there not be much of an advantage to having it out.
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Old 03-08-2015, 06:19 PM   #23
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I can get around that.I already have 2 ag buildings for the horses and mules,if I stack a row of round bales the length of it,2 high on the north side,it will be a perfect windbreak and qualify as an ag building.Ag buildings do not require permits and are not taxible as such,but still fall under the 12' high rule.
So make the building 12ft and then pit one side down with drainage or a pump incase it gets water in it ... Just a thought
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Old 03-08-2015, 06:24 PM   #24
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Thank you very much. I really appreciate the trouble you went to to get the pictures.
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Old 03-08-2015, 08:13 PM   #25
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We have a 32RK. Built a metal cover 40'l, 18'W and 13.6 to start H, which went up to a peak of 16'. Pushed water and electric to it. Concrete slab is optional but we did it to keep off the ground when we are home. Covered with metal roof panels down partial on sides. No trusses, plenty of open. Guaranty to 90 MPH winds. Great.
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I have a Camper Shed that is 18' wide 15' tall and 38' Long.

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Old 03-09-2015, 09:12 PM   #27
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45 long by 18 wide and 12 ft legs covered on all sides with an open front
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Old 03-09-2015, 09:33 PM   #28
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I went 40' long 24' wide 12' walls. With my TT I needed less that 12' to clear the AC units on the height so I had gable ends installed. Solved the problem keeping the weather off the Windjammer, but now I have a bird problem.
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We are kicking the idea around and luckily I have the room since we are out in the country. We are thinking 14 foot walls X 24 feet wide X 45 foot in length. Our fiver is 38 feet long but I want room to be able to get all the way around it in case I have to do any work. Build it big enough the first time.
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I'm just wondering why one would use their awning under a shelter. My 37RTDS Cedar Creek is under a 40ftLx18ft.Wx15ft.H and no longer need to use my awning.
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