Using Your Garage as a Workshop
Home garages are often used for purposes other than parking the family car. This is a guide about using your garage as a workshop.
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I often work in my garage on crafts and upcycling kinds of projects. Unfortunately I don't always want my neighbors to be looking at me or seeing my mess. The solution I came across is a privacy screen made out of standard fence boards. I used 4 or 5 boards held together by cross bracing with 2x4 or other wood, and standard L- shaped book shelf brackets on each side to allow it to stand on its own.
This size is light enough for me to move on my own and short enough to be left in place so I still have adequate ventilation in my garage workshop. In this photo you can see the salvaged room divider screen I initially found for the same purpose.
By Katt from Orange, CA
February 17, 20100 found this helpful
Right on. I am all for having some privacy.
February 18, 20100 found this helpful
February 19, 20100 found this helpful
Ingenious! I wonder if those "furniture slider" discs would work? Perhaps you could salvage some kid-size roller skates or blades and attach to each side? Hum.