Funny that you mentioned insulation as this is a big to do for me soon. My garage is my workspace and here in Western NY winters suck and working in the garage can be difficult at times. I’m starting with getting the garage door insulated and the spring adjusted to handle the added weight and that’s happening next week.
After that I’m either going to do the walls (only two need insulation) which already have dry wall up so I either take it down, insulate and rehang or do blown in cellulose or I can go to the attic space and lay down rolled insulation or do cellulose?
Not sure where you live Mike but has the insulation helped with temps where you are or is it mostly for noise?
The garage is where my Xcarve is going to go so I would like to try and keep the temps up as long as possible when I’m out there.
For anyone in the north with the Xcarve in the garage would you mind sharing how you and the machine are doing in the cold? Or share how you insulated and keep your garage warmer?