In a previous post, I provided a detailed description of Jim Morgan’s WoodProfits method for those interested in starting a woodworking business. In this post, I pass along Jim’s advice about how to get started in your garage to save money on rent.
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If you’re interested in starting a woodworking business, I encourage you to check out Jim’s program. These are Jim’s claims, not mine, so I encourage you to consider his offer and decide for yourself whether it is right for you.
Get Started in Your Garage
Many people love woodworking as a hobby. It provides them the opportunity to create beautiful works of art.
Yet, you don’t have to limit your woodworking to a personal passion project. There is a high demand for good woodwork projects. If you want to turn your woodworking hobby into a business, you don’t have to outlay a large sum of money. You can get started in your garage.
Save on Rent
When starting a business, it’s essential to control costs. One of the most significant expenses new businesses have when getting started is a functional workspace. Woodworking, however, allows you to get started in your garage. If you have a house, you can probably transform your own garage into a workshop.
There are a lot of advantages associated with getting started in your garage, the most obvious one is the ability to save on rent costs. On top of that, you’ll be able to work from home, relieving the expense and pressure associated with commuting.
How to Get Started in Your Garage
As you get started in your garage, there are certain things that you need to consider. One is that you will not be able to do bigger wood projects in your limited by space.
Working from your garage also means that you’ll be limited to small tools that will not produce much noise that will disturb your neighbors. (Huge power machinery usually comes with a lot of noise that will bother other people.)
Still, there are so many things that you can build from your workshop. Toys are an excellent example. Toys will not take a lot of space in your workshop. They also generally do not require power tools. There are also many other small projects that you can do right from your garage. You just need to have the plans.
The internet is one of the best places to obtain woodworking plans. As a beginner, starting from your garage will give you a better chance of turning a profit early. This, in turn, will allow you to get a bigger rental workshop as your business expands.
If you’re interested in starting a woodworking business, take a look at Jim’s program. Consider what it has to offer you and make up your own mind. If starting a woodworking business is a desire of yours, you should at least check it out.
You’ll be glad you did.