Okay I'm looking at putting up a shop, time to fix my junk instead of trading all the time...ha ha
Layout is something like 90x120x24 with a 50' bi-fold on one end and two 24' overheads on one side. Big door won't get used much, mainly for combines with headers and larger stuff. Most stuff will go through the side doors. Want to be able to work on a few things at once like drill/combine/semi, this should be adequate? Long-term decision here, don't want to screw it up. Probably bigger than needed right now, but down the road who knows. Any input is appreciated, thanks in advance.First question is wood or steel? Been pricing both and steel is definitely more money, at least 15% more. I'm leery about wood in the ground, although the building should be solid if like the cols storage one I have from same supplier. The site is fairly high-and-dry. One has to think Steel is going to be better?
Second question is fiberglass or spray foam? Again I have a feeling that spray foam is better long term, thoughts?
Floor heat most likely, should I go with an electric boiler or gas boiler? I have both three-phase and natural gas. I did see some radiant heaters at a farm show recently and the cost to run them seemed really low, not sure if they would be appropriate or feasable for heating a shop though.