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About RJS

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    British Columbia
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  1. I installed swinging, windowed carriage house style doors at a former house but had the additional problem of owning a 130' wide lot with no rear yard access. In your case, with that awesome breezeway, I would just go with windows.
  2. Just curious because I live on a property with many on the same characteristics....what impact will the breezeway have on accessing the back yard with equipment like skid-steers, backhoes & such? Does the swale/ditch cut the whole property in half?
  3. I was able to get a fridge with the refrigerant evacuated from a local appliance repair shop for free. Installed a 50W bulb & wired it to an old thermostat, seems to work great.
  4. I think I am also missing something... the blade centre (sorry for the spelling, another Canadian) is not a fixed location, the arbour flange is fixed and blade centerline varies with blade width.
  5. Hello All, I'm a first-time poster who has been lurking and learning from you all for over a year now. I am currently slowly turning a portion of an existing storage shed into a workshop. the shop will be 24' x 20' with provisions for an external dust collection, compressor room and possibly a 10' x 10' finish room. Because it had a dirt floor I took the opportunity to form a service chase through the centre of the shop. It is 12" x 12" and will allow me to run 220v, 110v and a dust collection main to my major tools. Dust collection for secondary tools will all run along the walls. if the next owner has other plans he can just cap the trench. It will be a slow, probably never-ending process but I am excited to get going on this project!