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I will use my mini-split in our bedroom addition. The shop is hot, but i only get a few nights out there a week--we sleep in the bedroom every night and it's never cool enough/warm enough depending on the season.

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Exactly what I need for my garage! Then I can expand from the basement.

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In the mobile home I'm remodeling.
I've fully insulated an older 12x50 mobile home, adding many updates as I've progressed, such as modern thermopane windows replacing the old crank-out units, and early indications are this thing is going to be very energy efficient compared to original. This unit should be perfect for my needs!
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I would put it in my shop to both heat and cool in the summertime.

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Where would I use a mini-split? In my small shop. Heat isn't much of a problem where I live, (SW Georgia), but the heat and humitity is. The mini-split would be a nice addition.
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I would use it in my garage shop. Man this is going to be nice.

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This unit would have a happy home in the shop.
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Where will you use your mini split? (garage, basement, home addition, workshop, “man cave”, etc).

I have an unheated garage, that my woodworking is relegated to inhabiting. I plan to do a lot of woodturning this winter, and it would sure be nice to know I don't have to wear a heavy coat while doing those things. I'd love to win a mini-split. Thanks.

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Undoubtedly, the basement & main upper living room.

The former because there's little air-exchange which can lead to stuffiness or worse, mouldiness from a higher humidity-level in an enclosed basement room and the latter because as a south-facing room with high ceilings, summertime temperatures are stifling!
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