My son is an in house Electrician at the local water treatment plant. They were upgrading his shanty and were going to toss out some old workbenches made by Equipto which is across the river in Aurora Il.
Ok, I am officially jealous!
My workbench is made of scraps scrounged from when they were building the houses in our neighborhood!
Although I did make a slab top after I got a pocket hole jig
Nice system there. Wish I could actually use my garage more like a shop. I can't. It's WAY too small. We used to have a full size F150 Supercab back in the day. To get that thing in the back bumper had to be against the rear wall and the front bumper would only clear the door by about 2". Still have the holes in the rear wall drywall to prove how hard it was. Even our Highlander does not leave a lot of room
Hey thanks! It's still a work in progress. That was phase 1, phase 2 started today with me moving the freezer to the back wall and insulating, drywalling and extending the work top another 8 feet.
When I built the garage I went 24' x 24'. I wanted enough room for 2 vehicles and a workspace on one side and room for storage shelving on the other. I framed the 16' door so I had 6' for the work side and 2' for the shelves. My attached one on the house was only a 1 car and that got old fast so I converted it into a dining room.