Dave, I expect they'll be plenty of "DAMHIKT" advice along soon, but I think it might be well worth your while looking into getting back issues of GWW too. Issue #131 was the first in the workshop building series IIRC, but Andy (or a more organised subscriber than I) could probably be more specific as to which issues would be most helpful.davejester":1qt31l9b said:Secondly, are there any good books/websites with plans for building wooden workshops?
davejester":9w9u3r29 said:Secondly, are there any good books/websites with plans for building wooden workshops?
davejester":1iu2udra said:...To keep things simple I plan on building the workshop from wood (hence it's a temporary structure so no planning permission required). The base will be concrete to cope with the weight of the new tools...
hence it's a temporary structure so no planning permission required
dedee":24haukhn said:As I see it one of the advantages of a solid concrete base (you can still run wooden joists and floor on top) is it non-suitability as a comfy home for rabbits, foxes or even badgers.
CYC":2tvjk3bl said:buy a big crate of beer to lur your friends into helping you for an hour or two. Not only will it be better but it will be cheaper if you count the cost of mixer rental (long period) plus all your WE trying to do it alone.
Check out my site for some pictures of the Workshop construction.
My 2 pences :wink: