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#1 posted 02-18-2019 06:02 PM



Factor in good lighting and think about your power needs. I wired a sub panel into my garage shop and added a bunch of 220/110 outlets.
- WayneC

Also very good points, if the garage is still bare drywall get some cheap white semi-gloss and paint it now before you’re all moved in, no matter what lighting you go with white walls make a huge difference.

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