Is your shop a totally dedicated space?
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  • Breanna - 8 years ago

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  • Terry Pallone - 9 years ago

    One car garage , ....car is moved out and tools are set up at door way for best light.

    When finished tools are pushed against walls and car is in space for the night.

  • Eric Rusch - 9 years ago

    Garage with no room for cars.

  • Russ Generes - 9 years ago

    I have a 13' x 16' room in the basement that I was allowed to convert to a dedicated shop. Not ideal as all the big power equipment has to be on moveable bases and space is tight. I'm learning how to stay somewhat organized it sure beats what I was working with before.

  • Tom Pritchard - 9 years ago

    My shop is a 16 x 16 ft dedicated building that started out as a shed for my lawn equipment. After I enclosed my carport into a garage I made the shed as an official sanctuary for my creativity. I do not have electric in the building. I have two extension cords going to it. One for my lights and one to run heat and power equipment. To use each tool I have to plug and un-plug every time. When I use tool in winter I have to turn off heat so I don't trip a breaker. Hoping someday to upgrade and solve this. Because of this inconvenience it does not discourage me from building things.

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