The ultimate garage central vacuum. Install 2-in. sanitary tees on the ceiling and drop a pipe near each car door. Install a long 90-degree bend and a stubout to connect the hose. Cap off the stubout with a standard 2-in. pipe cap when not in use.
A miter saw is one of the handiest tools you can own, and one of the messiest. The chips and sawdust it creates get everywhere. This dust hood helps corral the mess by giving it somewhere to go—into a dust collector or shop vacuum. You can build a hood for your saw from plywood and a few fittings.
Recessed wall storage in between the studs is not a new concept for most homeowners, as most of us have a medicine cabinet in our house. This, however? Brilliant! Perfect addition to a mudroom, garage, or basement stair landing.