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f you're a DIY person yourself, you can understand the need for specialized
equipment. Lots of people are DIY (Do-it-yourself) enthusiasts who enjoy creating
or building their own stuff - anything from fences to patios to their own home
extensions. Then there are the automotive and mechanical DIY folks who love
tinkering and building their own engines and customizing their own automobiles.
Whatever the skill, there's one thing they all need and that's tools. Tools
and equipment however, can be really pricey and more often than not, it makes
more sense for people and buisnesses to rent the equipment that they need instead
of buying their own. Many times, they will need to rent more than one piece
of equipment and for that reason, its more practical to build whatever it is
they're building at a workshop for hire.
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This money making idea requires a substantial investment because you will
need to get a complete range of equipment from electric drills to saws to metalworks
tools. You will rent your workshop out to people or businesses that need a place
to carry out repairs or build specific parts using your workshop equipment.
You could work out a schedule based on the size and complexity of your customers'
needs. Perhaps a few customers could work at the same time on their personal
projects or if the project is a bigger one, then you might want to reserve the
required period solely for that customer. Another large part of your investment
would be to secure a large area to be converted into your workshop. You could
convert your garage into your workshop, but make sure to check your local housing
and zoning laws before you make any major remodelling or renovation. Unless
you intend to oversee the workshop yourself, you will need to hire staff who
will also be responsible for assisting your customers in using the equipment
and carrying out maintenance on your workshop's tools. This is a full-time money
making idea that just right up the alley of the DIY nut!