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    Default Incredible building for cheap..

    P & P Cool Buildings, Astor FL 32102 -- MerchantCircle.com

    The main company is located in Daytona. The seconds are purchased and sold just up the street from me.
    Seconds are a slight ding or insulation overrun.
    If you purchase, buy the seconds.
    We use them here for any type of building, roof-overs, window awnings.
    Metal with sandwiched insulation.
    Lot of this product goes too Alaska.
    You can build from floor too ceiling, even the doors out of this material.
    The two inch has the strongest structural strength and is all you really need.
    Construction is a male female connect for each panel. Think each panel is just under 4 by 8 foot.
    Incredible strength and insulation qualities.
    They even build refrigeration systems down here with the panels and use a simple wall mount air conditioner for cooling.
    Not an endorsement. But some food for thought if shipping is not too expensive too your A.O..
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    So what have you done with the scraps or blems that you picked up?

    Is that second pic a fancy mobile port-a-potty?


    Those are nice looking panels, do you get them fairly cheap?
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    Walk-in beer cooler?

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    beer cooler equipped with sofa, 50" plasma, and urinal.

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    Default O.K. yes..

    Perfect beer cooler like I said. No wood or other structural building materials are needed. Kind of like its own erector set.
    Male female connect then screw it together for strength.
    My buddies shed, work shop, is like 40+ feet long, by 12 foot wide, by 8 foot high.
    Cools the whole thing with a simple A.C. window unit.
    Price. I dont know. Never bought any. But if you flip the drunks that work the lot a case of beer.
    Rumor has it they will heave them over the fence.
    Also notice floating dock and ramp-way made with the panels.
    In the winter you can heat the darn things with a candle.
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    No wood or other structural building materials are needed. Kind of like its own erector set.
    That interesting, I was thinking they interlocked to each other but still needed to be attached to a frame of some type.
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    Default No frame Coils. C channel yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Coils View Post
    That interesting, I was thinking they interlocked to each other but still needed to be attached to a frame of some type.
    They just snap together with the male female connect. C channel for the trim helps keep the panels in place.
    But literally like putting a puzzle together. Incredible insulation qualities.
    Floor, walls, roof, door, all panels, nothing else. No wood but what you want for shelves or whatever inside.
    Local here so we all use them for roofovers, sheds, workshops, whatever.
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