Polymaker Posted June 20, 2017 Report Share Posted June 20, 2017 (edited) Hi everyone, I mentioned in a few post on my build thread that I was moving to a new place, well that is mostly done by now. It's a really nice place, with an huge backyard, but most importantly, a reasonably large outside shed where I can establish a real workshop/workbench. Up until recently, I was working in my basement with horrible lighting and almost no storage. I had all of my tools and hardware lying on a drawing table that I used as a fortune workbench ... Now back to the point of the topic, since my workshop is now 'outside' the house, I have a few apprehensions regarding the environment. First off I live in Canada, so we have nice warm summers but also very cold winters. So I'm concerned about storing my wood in the shed. Do I have to worry about theses temperatures changes or should I be more concerned by the humidity level (or both)? Also at the moment the doors on the shed have a large gap under them so little creepers can easily enter the shed. I do plan to put a 'thingy' under them to fix that gap. But this made me wonder if bugs can damage my wood and if I need to take preventive measures, because I'm most certainly sure that there is gaps and holes elsewhere where bugs can enter. Here's what the shed looked like the day we got the home (now it is filled with boxes that need to be sorted ) Edited June 20, 2017 by Polymaker Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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