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I would move my shop from the basement to the garage and install new system there at this time there is no heat or air conditioning in the garage
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Where will you use your mini split?

My garage/shop. No heater there now. In-wall AC is on its last legs. If I work there in the winter it is with coat and gloves and usually a hat to keep warm.

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I would likely use the GREE Rio 9,000 in the shop, possibly the Living room. Can't convince my wife for us to get a central unit and she doesn't want a window unit hanging out the front window............. so a ductless unit is what we are looking for. I haven't heard of Gree before but they sound like a jam-up company.

November 2nd and it was 91 today and the forecast is for the mid to upper 80's the rest of the week....... I would love a Gree!

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I'd definitely put it in my garage so I could warm my hands up as I'm installing insulation
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I would use a ductless heat pump in the garage to keep the workshop warm. Very chilly at the moment.
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I have a mini split in my insulated garage (workshop). Different model but works great. If I win this one, it will go in the bedroom, which is the farthest from the main AC unit.
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In my shop.

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This would be perfect for my grandkids playhouse, 12 x 16 with two lofts, they would love me forever.........
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I would put this unit to very good use in my garage/workshop to help combat the very hot and damp Texas summers and sometimes very cold/damp winters.

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I would put it in my shop. Heat not to big a problem but Ozark summers are hot.

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