We have 45 acres NNE of Dallas about 40 miles, well it was 40 miles when we moved here in 1995, it is closing in fast. It was just a pasture when we got it, we pulled in a single wide to live while we (I) was "expanding" I first built a 50x50x10, figured I would never run out of room, a couple years later after I started restoring old John Deere tractors I built 30x50 off the back, John Deere is brutal on parts so I figured I could save some money buy getting the machine tools I needed, then I had no room for my wood working stuff, so I built the last shop I planned on building another 30x50 just for wood working.
Then my bidness took off so we built a 2800 sq ft house in the back of the property, it is wonderful, had an excavating company dig a 7-9 acre pond, I think it is closer to 7 the the Farm Service Agency said it is 9 acres. We had a D 10, D9, both high tracks and 6 19 yard scrapers going for 26 days to do that, they say they moved over 112,000 cu yds of dirt, then I built the last shop, it was 40x60x12, my wife took that over and I am still kicking myself in the a$$ for not going 14 ft side walls, never thought we would buy another RV but we did
We got into manufacturing HVAC equipment and modular penthouses so I built a 40x120 shop, and I am finally all finished building shops
They are all heated and cooled so I used force air, but for your environment since you probably don't need air you might look into those infrared tube heaters, they work pretty well in high ceilings, if not maybe a unit heater that hangs from the ceiling like a Modine, Reznor ETC
The stupid part is we are about to sell this place, I am getting too old to do the stuff I likes and pretty much have just been doing wood working, and the price of land around us is getting insane, but as soon as we commit to selling the market will dry up and I will be fine with that too, it is a neat place
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