I know in my area you cannot have a propane tank bigger than 20lbs inside.
That's a lot of cabinets you got going there. They gonna be filled?
Thats one thing I have to double check on for our area, I believe we can have them and since the garage is detached and sets about 30' away from the house I should be ok but will be double checking.
The heater I got for free as an older farmer had just upgraded their house and they didn't need the unit anymore. So instead of tossing it they were just giving it away. It's about 4'w x 3.5'H and is designed to heat an entire house. I know that wood and corn stoves are legal in my area so if I can't use the heater then I'll see if I can find one of those. A friend of mine told me about some radiant heaters his dad just got for his shop so I'll look into that too.
I do agree, there are a lot of cabinets and I may not actually have that many after a few more revisions but I decided to go with the amount I have now as to help keep clutter from building up like it is now in the garage.
The one thing the drawing doesn't show is the attic, we'll be refinishing it as well to use as storage. this is where I plan to put the majority of stuff, tubs full of kids clothes, seasonal items, ect. I actually got to see the floor for about a month this summer then the GF covered it up.
We also have a shed that was built and attached on the W side that I'll also convert into storing the yard tools. And on the other side of that was what I guess was chicken coops. That I'm going to redo into either a kiln to help dry the wood or wood storage and build a separate kiln as it is actually facing the wrong way if I want to follow the direction from here. http://www.woodmagazine.com/dgroups/...Id=personaDest
Hopefully this weekend I'll get some pics of the current state for the "before & after" effect.