In my old shop, 24x40 slab, fully insulated, skylights and 3 overhead doors, the floor was carpeted and at the end of the day it was vacuumed with a Kerby vacuum. Everything had it's place and was put away after each use. I had 2 storage sheds for wood and waiting projects.
My new shop is 16x24, 2 story on skids and way too crowded. About 85% of the tools are on rollers and are down stairs. I have to move things around when I go from one end to the other end of the shop. I had to move things in the shop for storage that should have never been there and need time to go through and get rid of or move things to new locations. Wood and waiting projects are stored in the shop so they take up a lot of room. I have started organizing several times but something always comes up and I have to stop and work on projects or family things. I still need to finish painting the floor (maybe 10% left if that much) and insulate so I can work in the summer and winter. I think I need to get finish the project I have at the moment and not bid anymore jobs until I get things the way they should be for safety, ease of cleaning and good work flow.
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