Shop Layout From A New Floor To Dedicated Ceiling Storage How To Make It All Fit And Work
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A One-Car Garage Dream Shop Photos by Rob Brown; Illustration by James Provost So you don't have a double car garage, a huge basement or an airplane hangar in your backyard for shop space and you're really thinking it's not feasible to get a decent shop set up in anything smaller.
Well, with some planning and some extra work, you'd be surprised what you can accommodate in a dedicated smaller area.I'll emphasize dedicated smaller area, as in my case I don't share any of my single-car garage space with the family chariot.
Although it took a while for my wife to appreciate that the car should be kept outside in the winter to lessen the effects of rust, it's been worth the exercise to get the most use of space for my shop.
Phase 1 - The FloorThe most important element of my shop is the floor construction.Concrete is cold and hard on the body and the pour of my floor had a significant sl*p* both side to side and lengthwise that was unacceptable for having some of the heavy machinery on mobile bases.
My garage had a standard height ceiling and I had issues running ducting for dust collection overhead interfering with overhead...