Building a Storehouse
The area on the first floor of our building was going to become the Dungeon metal working annex, but for now it will become a storage area, hopefully for my new business if I ever get it off the ground, but in the immediate future for some equipment from a very good customer who, at the end of this month will be moving their sushi shop to a new location and needs some space to store their fridges and some other stuff for a few months. They have been a customer for over 30 years and are great people, so when they asked us to store their stuff, we said yes. Now I have to build a couple of walls.
I went to the DIY place and bought the first load of stuff..........
...... my micro van was FULL!
Enough 2x4s and plywood to build the walls and insulation too. I will put a kind of concrete board on the outside and drywall on the inside. This is going to be very plain jane, but will do the job.
The area behind the van that little green fence thing and all the way to the back wall will be the storage area. This will encompass the hatch to my Dungeon too, which is a good thing.
You can see the door frame that I had made way back in 2001 when we built the building, that will hang the door that cover the main panel right now, you can see them behind the wooden crate there.
You can see where the wall will go, right of the emergency light in the picture.
I'm debating if I should get out the diamond wheel and cut into the tiles to bury the threshold of the door frame a bit, as I'll be bumping pallet jacks with crates on them in and out of that door a lot.
Well here we go I have to do this in my off time, ha ha, and get it done soon, as we are coming up on the busiest time of the year for us, I have maybe a week to ten days to get it done, full steam ahead!
The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
William Arthur Ward