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#1 posted 07-13-2012 03:21 AM

it really depending on where you are at and how much you plan on doing woodworking when the climate requires controlling.

If it’s bearable and not a big deal – a detachable garage is great since non of the dust goes into the house, but if the climate is harsh (humidity,high heat, low colds/snow/freezing) then that would mean either setting up heating/cooling, or forgoing woodworking when the weather is not playing nice. will that work for you? go for it, but if it won’t- plan accordingly. this is very personal and area specific.

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