I Know we have been over this a few times, but I have a few technical
My basement is mostly finished and only space available is in the
"furnace room." What are the issues concerning the impact of dust on a
furnace and hot water heater. I alread know what happens when you get
tons of dust on the doorbell transformer..
My wife does ceramic stuff, so I figure the basement is a better place
than the garage!? She is going to want a furnace to fire the clay, and
eventually a sink possibly, and there is bathroom right next to furnace
room, and gas and electricity are available in basement.
The room is pretty small. probably 12' x 25' and has a furnace and hot
water heater, breaker panel, poured cement walls and cement floor,
bordered by metal frame wall to the living area.
I'm not a 'woodworker' but a dabbler. I already have a computer room as
thats my main hobby. In fact I tried to get rid of the table saw but
ended up buying a Miter saw instead.
Because fundamentally I am a dabbler and have many hobbies, I want to
put the shop in the basement. So im hoping for dust solutions as that
is the main problem I am seeing for a basement workshop.
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