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#1 posted 07-31-2017 02:48 PM

I built a similar size recently. Going from cramped to a generous space, it is impossible to create a layout that you won’t end up changing as you grow into the space. That said, plan for the layout changes. That means 110 and 220 everywhere. Also put your dust collector in the yard equipment room. I put a dust collection six inch sewer pipe under the slab to a single location where I thought it should go. If I was doing it again, I’d pop up the six inch in four locations, knowing that I’d probably not use all of them. But then I’d be good without all the overhead ducting.

Beyond all the other normal stuff, AC and a bathroom really are game changers.

-- Slow but.............well just slow.


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