The shop has been dismantled for far too long. My weekend plan includes shop time. Specifically trimming and mounting the lower drywall segments along the north wall. The east / door wall segment needs to have the blow in insulation, well blown in. Once all buttoned up, and the drywall taped / mudded and at least one if not two coats of paint, the following has to take place.
#1. Clean, clean clean. Get everything staged to install and move.
#2. Install the french cleat system, and tool cabinets. Include installing the “bridge” between the cabs, and the tack on shelves for small jars / sanding media etc..
#3. Move the tool stacker system to the other side of the room. I will place it roughly at the same spot that the table saw ends… This is by design and measurement…
#4. Clean up and dispose of any waste material. Any scrap that I am not going to use within the next year needs to go into the kindling bucket to go to the deer lease…
#5. Re-arrange my large tools.
#6. Complete the miter saw cabinet / drawer assemblies. Get the cabinet 100% functional.
Once everything is back up in place, I move on to the last phase of the project…
#1. Clear out south wall, remove damaged (which is pretty much all) sheet rock.
#2. Install insulation.
#3. Install fresh sheet rock, tape, texture, paint, reinstall lumber rack.
#4. Build rolling clamp / safety equipment rack.
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