I am in the process of finishing off the cold storage area of my shop and combining it with the original shop. The shop was 20 x 28 with 20 x 24 of cold storage. Now it is 20 x 52 - it is huge - I am still a bit in shock after I ripped out the partition wall. Good thing I have an outdoor wood boiler. I will be posting pictures of the shop tomorrow.
My issue is how to store plywood. I will have enough room to store it flat - I understand that this is the best way. The thought was to put a shelf for storing sheets about waist high. I like this idea because I can pull a sheet off the shelf easily alone onto a table. From there, I can break down the sheets with my EZ Smart. I plan to build a table like the EZ Smart table.
Lumber can be stored under the plywood shelf and shelves could be built above to store lumber or whatever (plastic tool storage boxes, plumbing supplies, electrical supplies, etc.).
If I store it vertical on the 8 foot edge, it will take up a lot less room. It will be more difficult to get it on the table to break it down.
If you had the room, what would you do?
Rich (the Yooper)
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