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The design of PWFs requires that dry soil is maintained around the foundation. This means that a properly maintained and constructed basement with wood walls will be dry and mildew-free. Basement mildew, leakage and dampness are common in houses with masonry foundations. Finishing a basement is easier when walls are made from wood.

In designing and outfitting the IDEA SHOP 3 basement shop with a shop-built cyclone dust collector, we had several objectives in mind. We wanted a space-efficient unit with minimal noise, dust-free emission, low-cost construction, and convenience of use.

Basement Construction and Structural Design Good basement construction starts with solid, strong soils. Foundation and building footings must be placed on solid ground, or what's called undisturbed soil. Undisturbed soil is soil that has been in place for thousands of years.

5. Space efficient basement bar design. I love this idea because it makes use of a residual space that would otherwise be used for as a simple storage space if not for nothing at all. A small bar opened in your basement will present new options, it will lead to great opportunities when it comes to entertaining your friends and family.

This contemporary basement design has several entertainment areas such as pool game area, granite home bar and more than a few seating areas are perfect for accommodating different interests and activities giving this game room personal charm and style. Modern drop lights combined with recessed lighting provides ample illumination to the whole area.

Synopsis: Many woodworkers set up shop in the basement and have to deal with dim lighting, lack of space, dampness, and other horrors. To help them out, we asked our extensive and experienced online audience for tips on making a basement workshop drier, brighter, and more space-efficient.