I believe that you'd also want to include the finishing room as well as the
second floor office space. I read someplace were he moved part of his wood
storage into a attached storage area, accessable only from the outside,
after Morash received the Time Saver to use. You need to include that
storage space if you want to get a view on the operational SQ FT. There is
no basement, it's a poured slab with radiant heating.
I don't know from anything other than just judging the size of the
building from the pitchurs on TV and the amount of area that seems to be
around...I'm judging it to be about a 24x36-40 --> 864-960 ft^2...
On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 10:36:23 -0800, "Don"
There's a drawing with dimensions on my website.
As pointed out elsewhere, that doesn't include the finishing room, or
the upstairs space. Nor does it include the lumber storage shed out
I shared your site with a bunch of off-line wooddorkers. They got a
big kick out of it, especially the tool appearance list, and really
enjoyed all your hard work and perseverance.
One of them wanted to know if Norm knew he had a stalker. <G>
If you go to either the This Old House or the New Yankee
Workshop website, either one might have a page telling you when
Norm might be in visiting a show near you.
I have seem him on 3 occasions. Once in Philadelphia, and twice
in Calif. He usually is in the Delta booth.
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