Our first remodeling work in the garage started with giving the garage a good clean-out in May 2009. In November work started in earnest with painting one half and building a new workbench. We added some more shelving in January 2010, and in May 2010 we cleared the other side of the garage, replaced the window, and built more shelving and storage space.
And that’s how things stayed until 2019 when I finally decided to tackle the growing mess at the end of the garage.
Garage Project – Just about done – For now… I’ve been tinkering with finishing this project for a few weeks now. It’s slowly getting there. Two-minute read, 5 pictures
Garage Project – Open sez-a-me. The doors are now fitted, and that’s all the main construction work complete. One-minute read, 6 pictures
Garage Project – Main storage area and the overhead shelving. One-minute read, 3 pictures
Garage Project – Ready to start building the main storage area. One-minute read, 4 pictures
Garage Project – The shop vac and compressor now have a new home. One-minute read, 2 pictures
That’s the corner cleaned up – The wall’s been patched, and the first coat of paint has been applied.
Garage Project: Getting Started With Stage IV – I forgot to take a picture before I started clearing away, so the corner to the right had already been cleared. One-minute read
No doubt Getzger is looking for snakes (don’t tell him but we found one in here when we cleared the garage out). Here’s how the work progressed … One-minute read, 4 pictures
Today I made a start on the new shelves for the garage.
Another pile of wood means… The start of Stage III of the Garage Remodel. We have to replace the window and frame too.
My new shelves all finished. 3 pictures
End of Day One – Almost Finished. 3 Pictures