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I retired 3 years ago and decided to purchase 3 acres and build a new home and workshop. Once the house was completed, I had a 30' x 40' garage/workshop built to match the details of the new house. The shop size is 16' x 30' and the storage side is 24' x 30'.




I finished off and insulated the shop and installed a Pacific Energy wood stove. Here's a view of the stove end of the shop.



Here's the shop looking towards the door.



The divider wall between the shop and garage



Here's the storage/garage side



And here's the chainsaw/power tool bench and storage area in the garage



And here's the new 2016 Rubicon Unlimited Hardrock parked in the shop side.



It's not the fanciest place or the most complete garage/workshop, but it is paid off.
 

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Gotta love wood stoves! Nicely done.
 

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Very nice. The storage/garage side is my favorite.
 

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I'll take that leaky J20 off your hands if you don't want it leaking in your garage anymore :grin:

Very nice. I hope soon one day I'll be able to have the same but on 10-15 acres. :p
I can live with the leaks until March or April when I plan to pull and rebuild the transmission and transfer case. I appreciate your concern, though.
 

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Congratts on the retirement

luv the wood stove garage n shop
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I'll take that leaky J20 off your hands if you don't want it leaking in your garage anymore.
Jeeps don't leak, they are marking their territory. :grin:
 

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That's a beautiful shop!
I'm in the process of retiring and hope to have a similar
garage/work shop soon enough.
Love that wood stove too. Great idea!
 

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Looks like a nice set up. Any thoughts of installing a lift?
 

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Very very nice. I like the woodstove and it is divided between garage and shop. I am constantly fighting myself to keep one side open for projects in my garage.
 
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