Basement Shops Although Low Ceilings Difficult Access And Limited Space May Pose Problems The Basement Is The Only Option For Many Woodworkers Learn How One Woodworker Has Managed To Make The Most Of A Tight Situation
Basement shops although low ceilings difficult access and limited space may pose problems the basement is the only option for many woodworkers learn how one woodworker has managed to make the most of a tight situation is post about Magazine bookmarked by darryl with ID 11776385724 was uploaded on 11-04-2019 and has been viewed 4,436 times.
Making the Most of a Basement Workspace Photos by Keith Barker We bought our house in June of 1985.We'd had a long succession of rented houses where I had always set up shop in the basement, but all of them had concrete floors and large old-style gas furnaces taking up prime real estate.
In May of that year, I was in the hospital recovering from my one and only operation.It was there that my wife, Sally, laid out the sale documents on a magazine and told me where to sign.I had only seen the house once, but the price was right, and of course a master craftsman like myself only had to glance at a house in order to properly read it.
I wasn't unduly worried.A few weeks later we moved in.Turns out that as a reader of houses, I was functionally illiterate.The basement - where we initially crammed most of our possessions - was made up of three dark rooms, the rearmost of which was the only bathroom in the house.
The bathroom - cold and damp even in the summer - was built over ½" sheets of rotting plywood, underneath which was dirt.The house is...