So yesterday was Columbus Day, which for my job is a paid holiday. I used it well.
As Sunday was spent cleaning up the area, I had everything off the wall, and ready to go. Then yesterday came and whamo!
Yep took the old mallet through the wall board and started yanking…
22.5’ total of wall yanked out rather unceremoniously. Now the western wall in my garage is ready for the electrician to come in Friday…
By Friday evening I should have my inspection done and power back on. Very cool. Dedicated line for Dust Collector / Air compressor, dedicated line to HVAC, and another to misc 110V / 220V tools in the shop.
My next step is to insualte the wall, and button it back up sheet rock wise… making sure that I make the locations of the studs dead apparent. The clamshell cabinet, and tool stacker arrangement will rely on that. Yes I am moving my tool stacker over one wall The reasoning behind this, I want the other wall dedicated to lumber storage, and lawn & garden (until the shed gets build, then lawn & garden goes away…).
I really could use some help hanging this sheet rock… Anyone in the Houston metro area want to give a hand?
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