- May 21, 2020
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So, last year I took on remodeling a 16x16 (interior dimensions) shed on our property to keep the SXS and kids' ATV's in. This was just a framed and sided building with French doors. Interior was just open studded walls. So it was a totally blank canvas.
I did soffit and fascia, then insulated and hung OSB. I tore out the French doors, cut a bigger opening, and built custom swing out doors. Next I built a work bench, and the shelf running across the back wall. The project kind of stalled once it became pretty useable.
Future plans to finish are as follows:
Pull one 12-2 and 10-2 from the main shop for 4-6 outlets, and switch the lights. The 10-2 will be a 240V heater I plan on hanging in the upper corner.
Gutters and downspouts.
Buy a US General 44" tool chest for under the bench.
Build a shelf to the left of the back wall window for spare parts, gas cans, other junk.
I'd also like to get a press for this shop, too...just running real low on space!
Also, from the other thread I was thinking about adding more outlets than I needed, but the extension cord reel on the ceiling looks to be the ticket. I've been using this space on an extension cord with zero issues, so I think that will work out well. When higher amperage tools are being used, it's one at a time. No real need to add too much power.
I'll have to add current pics from my phone.