|Forum topic by Jamie||posted 12-29-2007 11:30 PM||3010 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
12-29-2007 11:30 PM
I hate to even complain about my shop. I am extremely grateful that I have it. The only problem that I have with it is that the floor is not level. It seems to slope from each side to a drain somewhat offset from the center of the shop. I guess that’s not that big of a deal, since most of my tools are stationary. It does create a bit of a problem when I want to move my shaper table, planer, or some other tools on casters. I either have to just deal with the tool being uneven, or try to adjust the castors so that it’s level.
I thought about looking into leveling concrete, but wasn’t sure if it would be durable enough (I have never used it) and wanted to see if anyone has had a similar problem they found a solution for. I want to have something cost effective. The ceilings are 10’ and I thought I could build a raised platform, but wasn’t sure if this would be more cost effective than the leveling concrete.
-- Jamie, Kentucky