Woodworker’s Journal does quite a bit of surveying to find out what woodworkers are thinking about and what needs they express to enhance their craft. For instance, we’ve learned that every year, one of the biggest challenges woodworkers face is heating (or cooling, for you deep south folks). It always ranks first or second in terms of obstacles to getting in the shop. Right now, I’m in the process of installing a new heater in my shop; the unit is mounted and I’m waiting for the electrician to finish the wiring connections. With that said, this is no small deal, and it will be a constant drain on my pocketbook. (I know, poor me!)
So I am wondering, how do you folks out in the Weekly contingent deal with the challenges of the changing seasons, whether that be heat or cold? I hope you’ll write in and share your strategies.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
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