Gary, I think you are looking for some possible solutions given your restricted space and probably, the rules of the park association. If you do your cutting outside, you can keep the shed clean and use it for finishing. For me, it's about having a solid floor for tools to sit on and a cover of some sort to keep out of the sun or rain. The pix is the roof over the porch on my office shed. I have a step down, but could easily have built the porch level with the shed's floor. If you look to the right of the shed, you can see the space that is now covered over and that will house the dust collector. It has both a roof and an elevated floor. It started by putting up two, 12 foot headers and hangers for 2x4s of various lengths. This accounted for the two buildings not being exactly parallel. Some ply and roll roofing and voila', a covered breezeway to store ladders, wood and place the dust collector. It will also keep the electical sub panel dry. Didn't cost much either.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.
Last edited by DesertRatTom; 07-09-2018 at 03:28 PM.