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2 Phone/Intercom, First-Aid, and Fire Extinguisher
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2 Phone/Intercom, First-Aid, and Fire Extinguisher

This item is complete with intercom to the house and a flasher to signal incoming calls when the ringer is turned off. The first-aid kit and an ABC-rated fire extinguisher are handily adjacent to the phone. Phone numbers also are stored to the right of the handset. Sorry, no plan available for this project.


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hilbilly63007 wrote:

the best way i have found for laying out a new shop when you do not get to control the size of space is to get graph paper and there was a place few years a go that i got little paper cut outs of tools in my case i used the table saw twice since my router table and saw are bout 6 foot long and roughly three feet wide by them selfs must admit my shop is still cramped right now some day I will have one big enough will some one let me know when santa is ready to give up the north pole shop for me

8/22/2013 04:01:11 PM Report Abuse
Roffy wrote:

As soon as I can get my wife's gardening stuff out of the garage, I'll have plenty of room. We don't park our cars in the garage, so that's not a problem. Guess I need to build a storage shed or outdoor potting station. I'm in the southeast, so I don't need heat, but cooling is an issue. I'm looking for a portable A/C unit.

7/11/2013 01:20:54 PM Report Abuse
doctorleejohnson wrote:

I need a real shop an 18X21 carport No walls (to hot here) New shop an excuse to get new tools 1st a welding table 2nd that bench (planning it 4 yrs)had a piece of stainless 32X96. Lots of peg board a drill press the vice and grinder mounted on pipe. oops it's full. 12 feet and another car port. room for table saw radial arm saw chop saw router table and a wood worker bench and anvil.

7/11/2013 12:17:31 PM Report Abuse
leufrank wrote:

I have a two-car garage (tandem). I haven't seen a good workshop plan for a tandem garage, but would love to see one since I've just built my home and now need to install my shop equipment and tools. Got any ideas where to turn?

7/11/2013 11:04:12 AM Report Abuse
pdolan827 wrote:

where is the TV. how will you make it thru football season Pat columbus ohio

5/13/2013 10:36:25 AM Report Abuse
thomasclark2 wrote:

All the baby tools are so cute in the extra clean, never used workshop. I like the cabinets though!

1/19/2012 11:55:16 AM Report Abuse
woodsynut wrote:

have you thought overhead wood storage they sell cheap lifts to put wood on maybe you could design you own?

1/19/2012 11:17:41 AM Report Abuse
Catfish wrote:

A few feet off to the side of my garage is a small storage shed where I am able to keep my lawn equipment, storage boxes and such. I do wish I had aseparate shop for welding and such. But that will come with time. Luckily my garage has a carport on it so I can keep the truck there<);o}

1/19/2012 10:50:06 AM Report Abuse
sawdustpile17 wrote:

For JREST3: To save space install a tankless water heater on the wall and stackable washer and dryer. while you are building install radiant heat in the floor

10/20/2011 09:24:49 PM Report Abuse
pogybait wrote:

Got 1/2 of a two car garage without the dust collector problem--I thought ahead and put it outside in a shed and use a remote switch to turn it on and have only 4" holes in ceiling space. As a master electrician(retired) I built the power then vaccuum, then stationary tool locations--the rest of you guys must luv noise--why else you put the vaccuum inside?

10/20/2011 07:21:57 PM Report Abuse
sawdustpile17 wrote:

To: JREST3 Have you thought about a tankless water heater. Just mount it on the wall above the washer and dryer

10/20/2011 05:50:49 PM Report Abuse
bill3713321 wrote:

If only I didn't have all this bothersome wood that I have to be able to get to!

10/20/2011 04:44:15 PM Report Abuse
JREAST3 wrote:

THIS IS A NICE GARAGE SHOP. I'M BUILDING A 2-CAR GARAGE WOOD SHOP FOR RETIREMENT & FUN. MY SHOP WILL HAVE A SEPERATE WASHER AND DRYER AREA AND HOT WATER HEATER AREA BUT I STILL AM WORKING AROUND THESE PROBLEMS AND LOOKING FOR IDEAS TO SAVE SPACE.

10/20/2011 12:34:46 PM Report Abuse
dwarner08 wrote:

Also note that this is a 2-1/2 car garage, not a 2-car garage. The extra width make a big difference

10/20/2011 11:51:10 AM Report Abuse
zacker01 wrote:

these plans are all well and good but in the real world, we also have to contend with other, space robbing elements of the smaller garage / shop. Lawn equipment, storage boxes, seasonal stuff like lawn chairs... and we also need lumber storage.. with all my tools against the wall, i have no place to put plywood and such plus no place to hang anymore pegboard.

10/20/2011 10:36:29 AM Report Abuse

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