New Shop/Garage in the works also!!

Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by sponge003, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. 5spd540

    5spd540 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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  2. sponge003

    sponge003 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Thanks guys

    The electrician did a great job with the lighting, simple and it is where you need it!! If you have shadows you just turn on another set and it gets rid of most of them.
     
  3. middleagecrisis

    middleagecrisis Veteran Member

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    I had a nice garage with painted floors, lots of lighting, refrigerator, TV, A/C and LOTS of space. My own man cave! Lost it all in the divorce :( Now I've got a crappy little two car garage that has no lighting and a lack of electrical outlets. Going to sell this house and buy another one witha bigger garage or a lot big enough to build a dedicated workshop. It's amazing how much you miss a well set up shop after you have to go backwards. Nice set-up, keep the significant other happy!!!!
     
  4. sponge003

    sponge003 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Oh yeah!! She told me to build it!! Now she gets the attached 2 car garage for her stuff!!
     
  5. middleagecrisis

    middleagecrisis Veteran Member

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    That's a good arrangment!
     
  6. Marks71BB

    Marks71BB Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    yep, sounds fair enough to me.
     
  7. The Champ

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    I let my wife park her Camaro in my shop...;)
     
  8. sponge003

    sponge003 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    There ya go!! LOL
     
  9. tskills10

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    Beginning of this year I was putting plans together to build a 32x48x12 shop with a lift and a full attic. All of that was put on hold when my basement flooded in February. Thankfully my wife is all for me building the shop. After having 26 feet of basement wall rebuilt and waterproofing done, it is going to be a couple of years before I get my shop. Your shop looks great and gave me some ideas to look into for my project. Enjoy your upgrade.
     
  10. 5spd540

    5spd540 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Man I know where I can store my car now:p :p :p :p LOL man I wish I had a shop like that. ENJOY
     

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