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    Just recently moved into our new home and I am slowly starting to do more work in the barn now that most of the projects in the house are completed. Looking for ideas and thoughts on how to finish out the interior of a barn. I do not plan on heating the majority of the barn, there is however a 20 by 20 room in the back of the barn that is already finished and insulated. I am primarily in need of a storage system to get the majority of landscaping items up off the floor (chainsaws, edgers, rakes, shovels, ect.).Click image for larger version. 

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    Make some shelves or buy some heavy duty ones for the heavy equipment.
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    A section of pallet rack is perfect,, these were Lowes tale-outs,



    I have had 5,000 pounds per shelf on these racks. The rack in the pic is four feet deep.

    I gave my SIL two of these,,
    other than his appliances, and furniture,,
    these racks are big enough to hold everything he owns.

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    Organization is key, my barn is 40x40 with a 10 leant to and when I tell people the size they are always surprised. Lots and lots of shelving, if I use something once a year and it's not heavy it goes up high. All my tractor implements are on custom wood carts with 5" greasable casters.
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    I see you have pallet forks. the pallet racks from industrial surplus place is fairly cheap and hold a lot of weight. My wife is setting here and saw these orginazied people and I heard about it. I eedeed to get straightened around here
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    Just need time and money.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
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    Amen never enough of both
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    Quote Originally Posted by GREENVA View Post
    Just recently moved into our new home and I am slowly starting to do more work in the barn now that most of the projects in the house are completed. Looking for ideas and thoughts on how to finish out the interior of a barn. I do not plan on heating the majority of the barn, there is however a 20 by 20 room in the back of the barn that is already finished and insulated. I am primarily in need of a storage system to get the majority of landscaping items up off the floor (chainsaws, edgers, rakes, shovels, ect.).Click image for larger version. 

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    If you go the rack and shelf route, take care that the rugrat isn't able to pull something over.

    And if you go with dollies to be able to roll stuff around, a dolly on a flat smooth floor can be started rolling by even a small child. I had a visiting still-diapered boy get my 500 pound ballast box rolling. Luckily when it hit the wall he wasn't in position to be the middle of the sandwich.

    It's impossible to child-proof a barn, but do the best you can. I find the children of city visitors to be the ones most a risk.

    I used wall racks, mounted to the wall, to get my stuff up high. They are pretty inexpensive and easy to install. Check out the grid walls on the ULINE web site.

    https://www.uline.com/Cls_34/Store-O...E&gclsrc=aw.ds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemoore98 View Post


    Organization is key, my barn is 40x40 with a 10 leant to and when I tell people the size they are always surprised. Lots and lots of shelving, if I use something once a year and it's not heavy it goes up high. All my tractor implements are on custom wood carts with 5" greasable casters.
    I might just be stealing this idea. I love the rolling carts on the floor to retrieve items under the shelving. Also really like the under shelf storage for the saws. Great work!
    *JOHN DEERE 2038R w/ 220R FEL-72" AUTOCONNECT MMM-270B BACKHOE-8"-16" BUCKET-KBOHC-IMATCH QUICK HITCH w/KBOHTH-BALLAST BOX-42" ARTILLIAN FORKS-FRONTIER RC2060-FRONTIER RB2072-LANDPRIDE CA1556-LANDPRIDE FSP 700-LANDPRIDE PD25-12'-24" AUGERS-EA 60" GARDEN BEDDER-EA 72" HD LAND PLANE-NORTHSTAR 55 GAL SPRAYER-TUFF TOP SCR-44-COUNTYLINE CARRYALL
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