Setting up the garage

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Setting up the garage

Post by evoRSTroy on Thu Nov 20, 2014 11:12 am

So, I'm going to start getting my garage to be more of a shop/usable work space, since I will be working out of it exclusively coming up soon. Having trouble figuring out where to start. I've already got the floors done, and most of the walls/ceiling painted, lots of lights hanging.

Now I'm stuck on what the overall look should be as well as what some "must have's" need to be there. Anyone have some input/direction/pictures? know of any good sites to look at to guide me? Currently it's just a giant mess with stuff everywhere, no shelves or cabinets to put anything away in is driving me crazy, I avoid going in there...
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Re: Setting up the garage

Post by bbaction on Fri Nov 21, 2014 8:47 pm

Honestly looking at stuff on Pintrest is super helpful...
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Post by Dj on Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:32 pm

I had a link at some point to a sight with a whole bunch of rad garage setups. I say tv madam fridge and get nice looking cabinets and some stainless tops.

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Post by evoRSTroy on Thu Jan 22, 2015 3:10 pm

My garage as of now. All the walls/ceilings are painted, added a bunch of lighting, a kerosene heater. I have a 220 outlet over by the air compressor to keep that thing running. All I'd like to pick up still is a small lift and a welder, need to start looking.

The giant trash cans will be going out by the shed in the backyard once spring comes around so I can pour a concrete pad for them, then just a couple normal sized ones will be in the garage.



The entire wall on the far side of the mk3 will have two benches with four under cabinets, two lockers, and four overhead cabinets when they arrive




and I will have some open shelves up by the door to put larger items on.
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Post by Dj on Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:17 pm

Look good man!

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Post by Benny on Fri Jan 23, 2015 2:18 pm

dang!
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Post by evoRSTroy on Fri Jan 23, 2015 3:49 pm

Thanks guys. It's nice to have a place to work without being bothered by others or have to play car shuffle.

now to get some work through the doors to help pay for the mk3 build. and whatever car I get once I no longer need a truck.
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