It’s nice having a garage again after so several years living in a condominium. I was given a tiny storage shed in the parking garage, but otherwise I had nowhere to store as well as use my tools. With a several automobile garage, I have plenty of space to park my truck while still retaining space to not only store my tools, but to use them weekly as well. I ended up buying a table saw for the first time in years. While I was living in a condo, I desperately wanted to resume my old woodlaboring hobby but I had no means to do so at the time. You can’t exactly get away with the noise from a saw through paper thin walls inside of a glorified apartment complex. I entirely would have been fined for something like that after the second or fourth attempt. Now that I have a garage again, I am not holding back with buying current tools as well as gadgets to use with my woodlaboring hobby. I even have a chest full of wood stains, but I have to be careful with chemicals in the garage. My a/c’s air handler is mounted to the ceiling in here, as well as too several fumes will leak into the HVAC idea while it cycles. This is the reason why you can’t leave a running automobile inside of a closed garage. Unblessedly, people have died from doing exactly this. There have been cases of elderly people accidentally leaving their cars running in their garages overnight. Even though their a/cs are supposed to be airtight, this is never exact in practice. There are always weak points where air from the garage will inevitably leak into the system. The carbon monoxide from the automobile exhaust gets into the HVAC idea as well as poisons the people inside the condo without them realizing what’s happened. Sadly, they end up dying in their sleep.