How about finding an alternate purpose. I think you said it was a chest
freezer. How about an oversize parts washer or sandblast cabinet? If
it is old enough to be sturdy, you could also put a big plywood top on
it to be an assembly table. If you have a big dog, put a drain in and
use it as a dog bath. I think you said something about rescue diving.
With a drain, it could also be used as a big tub to clean you dive
gear. If you garden, put dirt in it and use a grow light to start your
plants inside in the winter.
On 12/31/2010 1:40 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I guess I should have explained the situation better.
> More than likely, this freezer was brought into the basement through an
> access door for the wood storage area. Since it was put in, a huge, wood
> fired boiler has been installed in the house. That is why the chest
> freezer is still in the house when they sold it.
> Thanks for all the advice. I'll let you know how it turns out.
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