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How can I ventilate an underground garage to make it safe to work from?

Passive or Active solution Passive would be absolutely silent (no noise) You would install tilting Garage door windows, probably with tinted glass for privacy. Active solution It is nosy, but delivers ...
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How can I ventilate an underground garage to make it safe to work from?

Keep the garage door open and get one or two ventilation fans to circulate the air. See picture below from Amazon.
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Garage door cable loose when open

I ended up lowering the door, clamped the track (so it couldn't fly up if there was too much energy in the springs) used locking pliers to keep the torsion bar stationary, finally repositioned the ...
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Does cable for a 30A circuit between garage studs need shielding?

The plain cable should be okay inside the wall, the mounting/attachment requirements should be waive inside a finish wall. you don't need to attach to wall. This is for the cable. I believe any plugs ...
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Does cable for a 30A circuit between garage studs need shielding?

Code requires the cable through the studs below 8’ to be covered. In the past we have cut a sheet of Sheetrock in strips to cover the Romex (what we used). Plywood would have been better but on these ...
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Can I safely mount a 150lb punching bag to the bottom chords of the trusses in my garage?

It's probably fine, but I'd install a beam (or beams) across the bottom chords of several trusses and pack down from that to the back of the drywall and bolt through the packing into the beam.
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Power to garage

What you bought there is what novices typically go for - #6 copper, a 6, 8 or 12 space panel, and boxes assuming #6. That isn't wrong, just limiting and unnecessarily costly. The wire type You may ...
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