Tell us about your shop. A 32X38 garage sounds like Heaven!! We need a tour asap.
I'll get some pictures up this weekend.
Insulation is not a problem, that is already done. However, it's a garage, with two very large metal doors that are not quite "deep freeze" proof.
Electrical....ok. Well, first off, the power is run off the house main, not it's own separate panel as code says for a detached garage (according to my electrician neighbor). That said, there is a panel in the garage, so wiring up won't be that big of a deal. Anyway, I have but 5 circuits, one of which is an unusable 220v; two light circuits, (one of those is upstairs); two 110 circuits, (again one of those is upstairs).
I have a grand total of 80 amps. Next spring, I am working with my neighbor to bring 200 amp service to the garage, wiring it so I have plenty of power for heat service, new 220 service, and several circuits downstairs, each capable of 2-3 tools at load. I will at some point be putting in an 80 gallon compressor to run, well anything I want to off of air, and so will have a spot wired for that.
Additionally I am putting in a lighted horseshoe pit and a chicken coop which will be powered from the garage.
The upstairs is getting some work done, down the road 18-24 months, to become a dedicated finish room with HVLP, sub 5 micron air filtration, drying racks and some additional workspace.
Some will probably question the usefulness of having my finish area upstairs, but I don't do a lot of "big" stuff, so moving up and down is not a problem with the pieces I am making. If I need a bigger space because I move up to making large projects, I'll just have to convince the wife to let me build a dedicated shop...
...so I can save my self from the dreaded stairs.
I built a nice big and "tall" L-shaped bench, 42" high last fall. I'm not overly tall, but I have some back issues and prefer a higher bench than the typical 36-38" so I don't have to be bent over working on whatever.
My plans are ambitious and certainly costly. However, I am also pretty realistic and understand that it will take several years to transform my over-sized garage into a very functional woodworker's shop that also parks a car, a boat and a pickup.
Update: @JohnK007...I'm really glad your avatar is not the White Sox...I would have to completely ignore you as a Twins fan! Lol.