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Garage upgrades

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I just bought my first home and I'm already wanting to do upgrades! I thought I would start in the garage, since that the most important room!

Currently I have a standard attached 2 car garage with a single door. I would like to transform this area into a shop that is both comfortable and easy to work in. Can you give me ideas/suggestions for the following?

Just blown in for the attic?
How about the garage door?

Run a duct?

Epoxy the floor:
Is Epoxy what I'm looking for?
Is it oil proof?
Easy cleaning?

Paint the walls:
Do I just use a normal interior paint?

Make the most out of limited shelf space:
Any storage ideas?

Improved lighting:
Currently I have a 75 watt light bulb..
I need alot more!
Fixed lighting?

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: llama_boy on 2002-02-13 03:43 ]</font>
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Greetings llama_boy!

Are you putting up dry wall and painting it?
If you are not, the space between the studs
can be utilized for small item storage. I
Have cut several short boards for between
these studs and have put all my Bullitt
detailing items there.

As for heat, you are lucky since you are
in TX but as for A/C you are unlucky since
you are in TX. You are in TX, right? I notice
that below your icon you have Finland but
I figured you were having fun with this on
your trip. Oh yeah, since your house is
attached run a duct.

The other stuff you are addressing I don't
know doo-doo about. :lol: Looks like Karl
has you covered. :smile:
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Wow! Now let's compare that to Nasty's garage in the previous post. :lol:

mb4875, you are missing the all important Cuisinart box! What are you thinking? :lol:
Also, your floor has black square spots on it! What's up with that...GEEEZ?!

(go back and see the box) :lol:
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