A decade or so ago, I built a storage shed. The shed is 16'x24'. When I
built the shed it was only intended for storage. Over the years I have
slowly converted the shed into a small woodworking shop.
The floor, two layers of treated 3/4" plywood, glued and nailed to 2x6
joists, set on concrete blocks. Over the years, the floor has become uneven
and almost impossible to roll my larger tools around on.
I need some opinions. What would be the best, least expensive and least
labor intensive method of obtaining a reasonably flat floor.
By the way, being located in Texas, with all the scorpions, black widows and
brown recluse spiders, not to mention a whole assortment of snakes; I would
just as soon not entertain the notion of crawling under the shed.